Full circle care.
For all.

We provide high-quality health care to everyone who walks in our door. (Yes, that includes you.) From general family check-ups to counseling and trauma therapy, we’re here to help.

The Centers and Circle Health

Can I afford it?

The Centers and Circle Health serve everyone who comes to see us. We have a flexible sliding fee scale for most offerings, and also accept private insurance.

What do we offer?

  • Accessible health care
  • Experienced and certified team members
  • Individual, confidential meetings
  • Connections to other community resources, like food assistance and childcare support
  • Sliding fee scale available for most services

When can I be seen?

At five convenient healthcare locations, we offer: flexible hours, family appointments, urgent care, same-day appointments, and walk-in hours for some services. If you have an emergency after hours, we’re on-call 24/7.

Centers for
Health & Wellness

  • East Office
    4400 Euclid Avenue
    Cleveland, OH
  • Southwest Office
    5955 Ridge Road
    Parma, OH
  • West Office
    3929 Rocky River Drive
    Cleveland, OH
  • Gordon Square Office
    5209 Detroit Avenue
    Cleveland, OH
  • Uptown Office
    12201 Euclid Avenue
    Cleveland, OH
  • Stephanie Tubbs Jones Office
    13948 Euclid Avenue
    East Cleveland, OH
  • Ohio City Office
    1730 West 25th Street
    Cleveland, OH

Do you have an appointment with us?

Your first step: talk to us by phone.


We are sure you have questions and concerns about COVID-19, or coronavirus. We are here to help you get answers to your questions.

What is the Coronavirus?

COVID-19, or coronavirus disease 2019, is an upper respiratory tract disease. As a reminder, COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough and shortness of breath. The incubation period is two to 14 days after exposure. The infection can be very mild to full-blown pneumonia, but it appears that 80% of cases are mild.

Step one: call before your appointment.

Call us before you come in: 216-325-WELL.

In order to avoid exposure to others, and for your safety and convenience, we will conduct an evaluation over the telephone before confirming your appointment.

At this time, we are unable to test for the Coronavirus.

Step two: if you are exhibiting symptoms:

After our provider asks you questions and evaluates your symptoms, he or she will indicate whether to have a telehealth visit, come in to our location, seek further evaluation, or to simply stay at home.

What can I do if I don’t have an appointment?

If you need medical attention for COVID-19 symptoms, please 833-4-ASK-ODH for information on local providers and testing facilities or visit coronavirus.ohio.gov. If you do not need medical attention for symptoms, please call us to make an appointment at 216-325-WELL.

For additional information about the situation, please go to:

The Centers is actively listening and responding to the impact COVID-19 is having in our communities on a daily basis. And we’re here to serve you.

COVID-19 Testing is now available at The Centers and free to the public.

All of our health services—pharmacies, counseling, psychiatry, primary care, addiction, alcohol and substance abuse—are open to serve new and current patients virtually and in our offices when appropriate. Please call 216-325-WELL to learn about our virtual services or before coming to a facility so we can plan for your care.

We provide free job readiness and job placement services virtually and have partner employers actively looking to place employees. Call 216-325-WORK or fill out the form on our job search page.

For the most up-to-date information regarding our Health, Family and Work services, please visit our COVID-19 Response page.