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Healthcare Resources and Links

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CDC Website for COVID-19

  • Full Manual Regarding General COVID-19 Information

California Dept. of Public Health (CDPH) Website for COVID-19

San Joaquin County Public Health Services:

Coronavirus Guide for Eye Patients

You may find it challenging to schedule face-to-face appointments with your eye care provider during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how to stay healthy and protect your eyes while hunkering down at home. https://www.aao.org/eye-health/coronavirus

Methanol Hand Sanitizer Can Cause Blindness


Eye health content to share with your patients and the public.

How to Wear a Face Mask Without Fogging Your Glasses

Top 5 Most-Viewed EyeSmart® Resources

Other COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 & Addiction: Risks of Going Untreated

Due to social distancing, we are also hosting free virtual AA/NA support meetings

N95 and Surgical Face Masks studied: Effective or a waste of time?

Strategies for Coping with Isolation and Loneliness During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Dealing With Coronavirus Anxiety: Expert Tips

Saving Money On Auto Insurance During The COVID-19 Outbreak

Protect Your Family’s Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

How Communities Can Prevent Panic in Uncertain Times

Renter's Guide to Coronavirus

How to Maintain Virtual Relationships While Social Distancing


A Senior’s Guide to Protecting Yourself and Your Home from Coronavirus

How Nurses Can Combat Compassion Fatigue

How COVID-19 Has Affected Substance Abuse

COVID-19 Outbreak Can Be Stressful for People: Here’s How You Can Manage Stress in a Healthy Way

Finding a Doctor

Locating a Doctor

Medical and dental care for uninsured low income adults

The Internet Chamber of Commerce lists doctors in California and throughout the US.

For patients with visual limitations

What to Know About Seeing a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Free Local Clinics and Community Health Care Centers

American Cancer Society
Location: 207 East Alpine Ave Stockton, CA 95204
Phone: (209) 941-2737

Channel Medical Center
Location: 701 E Channel St. Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 944-4700

Community Medical Centers, Inc.
Location: 230 North California St. Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 944-4710

King Family Center Health Clinic
Location: 2640 E Lafayette St. Stockton, CA 95205
Phone: (209) 953-4666

Lawrence Family Center and Clinic
Location: 721 Calaveras St. Lodi, CA 95240
Phone: (209) 331-8019

Planned Parenthood
Eastland Plaza Health Center
Location: 678 N Wilson Way (Unit G) Stockton, CA 95205
Phone: (209) 466-2081

North Stockton Health Center
Location: 4555 Precissi Ln Stockton, CA 95207
Phone: (209) 472-6620

Manteca Health Center
Location: 965 E Yosemite Ave (Suite #2) Manteca, CA 95336
Phone: (209) 239-2528

Tracy Health Center
Location: 1441 N Tracy Blvd Tracy, CA 95376
Phone: (209) 835-8910

Sacramento Community Health Network

View a list of clinics in the Sacramento Region which serve the uninsured and under-insured, compiled by Capitol Community Health Network

  • Health Care for the Homeless Outreach – (916) 874-1455.
  • Mercy Clinic at Loaves & Fishes - 1321 North C St., Sacramento, CA 95811 – (916) 446-3345 - Open Monday through Friday 7:30am - 2:30pm.
  • Sacramento County Behavioral Health Center - 4600 Broadway (Suite 1100) Sacramento CA 95820 – (916) 874-9750 - Serves all uninsured and homeless adults.
  • Sacramento County Dental Clinic - 4600 Broadway, Suite 2100, Sacramento, CA 95820 - 916-874-8300 - ID needed, serves all uninsured and homeless adults.
  • The Hope Clinic at Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - 2411 Alhambra Boulevard (Suite 110) Sacramento, CA 95817 – (916) 874-1453 for appointments - Provides vaccinations, TB testing and prenatal care for women and children in programs at Sacramento Area Emergency Housing, as well as children in the Oak Park neighborhood.
  • The Willow Clinic at Salvation Army - 1200 North B Street Sacramento, CA 95811 - Every Saturday, 8:30am to 12:00pm.

Sacramento Urgent Care
Location: 7200 S Land Park Dr. Sacramento, CA 95831
Phone: (916) 422-9110

San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services
Location: 1212 N California St Stockton, CA 95205
Phone: (209) 468-3585

San Joaquin County Public Health Family Health Division
Location: 1601 E Hazelton Stockton, CA 95205
Phone: (209) 468-0372

San Joaquin Valley Dental Group
Location: 230 N California St Stockton, CA 95202
Phone: (209) 940-7200

St. Mary’s Interfaith Community Services
Location: 545 W Sonora St Stockton, CA 95203
Phone: (209) 467-0703

Tracy Family Practice
Location: 730 Central Ave Tracy, CA 95376
Phone: (209) 820-1500

Woodbridge Medical Group
Location: 2401 W Turner Rd (Suite 450) Lodi, CA 95242
Phone: (209) 370-1700

9 Types of Dentists

Resources for Seniors

Senior Living

How to Select the Right Senior-Friendly Living Arrangement (download PDF)

The Importance of Home Inspections for Seniors Looking to Age in Place

How to Set Boundaries With Live-In Parents

Everything You Need to Know About Nursing Home Abuse

Assisted Living Options for People with Vision Impairment

Mental Illness

2019 Guide to Alzheimers and Dementia

Legal Planning for Alzheimer's and Dementia

Preventing Falls for a Person with Dementia


Mental Health Complications for Veterans with Mesothelioma

Winter wellbeing: a guide to helping seniors stay healthy, social and happy during winter

Physical Illness

Mesothelioma & Seniors

Medication Information

Medication Management Guide for Seniors

Nursing Facilities and Home Care

  • Information for our seniors (and their families) regarding individual state laws and living in nursing facilities within their state. 

Clinical Trial Guide for Seniors and Elderly

Senior Care Resource Guide

Elderly Care: A Guide for Families New to Caring 

Home Improvement Resources for The Elderly & Disable

A Remarkable Guide to Make Your Bathroom Safe for Seniors


Electricity Emergency Preparedness for Senior Citizens and Their Caretakers

Medical Alert Systems Guide

Complete Guide for Veteran Seniors

Making the Move To Assisted Living

80+ Tips, Resources, and Discounts for Senior-Proofing Your Home

Caring.com - Senior Care Assisted Living Resources

The Complete Guide to Home Modifications to Prevent Falls

Sleep and Aging: Improving Sleep Quality in the Elderly

How to Keep Seniors Strong, Active and Safe

Type 2 Diabetes in Seniors

Medicare / Medicaid

Everything You Need to Know About Medicare Supplement Plans

Search by Insurance for Geriatric Care

Medicare.gov: Forms, Help & Resources

Medicare Part D Coverage

Understanding Medicare and Savings Programs

Medicaid Long Term Care Guide

Medicare Enrollment Guide



Quick Tips Toward a Healthier Lifestyle

Aging and Sleep: Sleep Tips for Older Adults

Resources for Ensuring a Long, Happy and Healthy Life

A Complete Guide to Ergonomics and Senior Safety



Aging parents checklist: A guide to senior life planning

Guide to Bedroom Fall Prevention

A Guide for Seniors

Electricity Emergency Preparedness for senior citizens and their caretakers

Resources for Older Adults Experiencing Loneliness

Restorative Yoga for Seniors

Financial Information

Seniors and Debt

Seniors Guide to Using a Personal Loan to Pay for Long Term Care

Stores Offering Senior Discounts

Financial Resources for Seniors

How do you know when an elderly person needs assisted living

Dental Care


Comprehensive Guide on Dental Health and Care for Seniors

Types of Dentures & Causes for Treatment

How to Get Low Cost Dental Implants

How to get affordable dental implants?


Guide to Addiction Prevention for Seniors

National Council on Seniors Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Eye Care

A Comprehensive Guide to Eye Care for Seniors

Online Safety

Online Safety for Seniors: How to Spot Fake News, Medicare Fraud, and Phishing Scams

Guide To Online Shopping For Seniors

Internet Safety Guide For Seniors

Internet Basics for Seniors

Senior Citizen Internet Security Resources

Top 10 Senior Scams and How to Prevent Them

Travel Safety

Travelers’ Health: Senior Citizens

Destinations for Travelers Over 60

Seniors Traveling Solo

Seniors Travel Insurance

Ultimate senior travel guide

Senior Driving Courses & Resources

Tips for Safe Senior Travel


Caregiving at an Early Age

Caregiving Basics: Things to Prepare When Taking Care of Seniors

How Can Caregivers Better Manage Sleep and Burnout

Resources for Violence, Cyberbullying, Mental Health and Suicide Prevention

Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention: A Guide for Educators, Students, and Parents

First Aid for Attempted Suicide

Victim Compensation Program - VCGCB

If you or someone close to you was injured or threatened with injury in a violent crime, California’s Victim Compensation Program (CalVCP) may help pay certain crime-related expenses.

The Center for Victims of Violence and Crime (CVVC)

Center for Victims of Violence and Crime (CVVC) provides victim advocacy and support services, crisis intervention, counseling and community education programs that address the causes and impacts of all types of violence and crime.

The Role of School Counselors in School Safety

Guide to Avoiding Cyberbullying

Guide to Preventing Suicide

Suicide Prevention in College

Suicide and Depression Awareness for Students

Guide on Understanding Bullying

Does Life Insurance Cover Suicide

Youth Depression and Suicide Prevention: How to Get Help and Help Others

45 Tools and Resources for Student Mental Health

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Resources for Prescription Drugs

For patients without drug prescription coverage

During our first year, we will be applying for grants and identifying companies that provide medications, such as Allergan, Alcon and Galderma, free of charge to patients in need. If you have had a positive experience, let us know what service you used.

Compassionate Drug Use

As of 2009, no one publishes a list of all the drugs that are available through compassionate use in the United States.

Compassionate use of experimental drugs: Who qualifies?

Compassionate use is a federal program that allows access to experimental drugs in certain situations.

Free Medicine Program - Free Prescription Drug Program

Our mission at the Free Medicine Program is helping patients in obtaining prescription drugs and medications absolutely Free of charge.

RxAssist - Patient Assistance Programs

Patient assistance programs are run by pharmaceutical companies to provide free medications to people who cannot afford to buy their medicine.


This free tool is an easy way to keep track of side effects and any dangerous recalls for any medications you are on. 

Drugwatch - Helping people who were injured by dangerous drugs and medical devices

Consumer Dangers

Provides a comprehensive free resource for the public to learn more about defective drugs and medical devices that can potentially cause harm and even death.

Prescription Care

Get your medication for only $49/month NiceRx.com

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Resources for Addiction


is a community organization dedicated to empowering people suffering from substance abuse addiction with tools and resources to start their personal journey toward recovery. We create and publishes comprehensive, unbiased, free web-based resources that have been featured and is referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the web.

Comprehensive Guide About Addiction

American Society of Addiction Medicine

Addiction Treatment Resources

Signs of Addiction

Denver Recovery Center - Signs of Addiction

Signs of Addictiosn and Drug Use

Addiction and Sleep

The Authoritative Guide to Successfully Deal with Gambling Addiction in the UK

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol Addiction: Effects, Mental Health, and Relapse Prevention

Alcohol Recovery Resources

Addiction Guide

Alcohol Rehab Guide

Alcohol Addiction Guide

Alcohol Rehab Help


Detox Rehab

Drug Rehab & Alcohol Treatment Center in Massachusetts

How Long Does It Take To Sober Up?

Alcohol Shakes and Tremors

Call the helpline and put yourself on the path to recovery. Get private, confidential help from trusted profesionals day and night.

Hard Drug Addiction

A Guide to Heroin Addiction

A Guide to Heroin Rehab

Recognizing Substance Abuse and Addiction in Older Adults—And How to Help -Dr. Hamilton

Substance Abuse Help for Healthcare Students and Professionals

Rehab Resources

Drug Rehab Connections

How to Find a State-Funded Rehabilitation Center

How To Access and Pay For Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Services

Willow Springs Accredited Drug Addiction Treatment Center

The Village Recovery Personalized Addition Treatment


Effects of Drug Addiction on Oral Health

Stockton Drug Abuse Treatment Programs

Recovering Champions for Hope and Freedom

California Addition and Inpatient Drug Rehab

New Hampshire Drug Rehab Centers

10 Best Drug And Alcohol Rehab Centers In Massachusetts

Elevate Addiction Services

Substance Abuse Treatment Services

3 Things You Can Do If Your Partner Is An Alcoholic

Practicing Mindfulness In Addiction Recovery: A Step-By-Step Guide

Bedrock Recovery Center - A Drug Rehab & Alcohol Detox

LA Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab Resources

California Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers

Expert Guides on Addiction, Treatment and Recovery

How Can I Go to Rehab Without Insurance?s

LA Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab Resources

Grace Land Recovery

Riviera Beach Treatment Centers in South Florida

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Resources - Coastal Detox


Addiction Treatment Resources by State

BRC Healthcare - Bringing Real Change

California Narcotics Meetings

The Health Problems That Arise From Addiction

Northern Illinois Recovery Center

All Women Seeking Help from Addiction

Help Loved Ones with Substance Abuse Issues

Substance Abuse in College

Substance Abuse Among Veterans

2020 Guide to Substance Abuse in Veterans

Alcohol Treatment


Contact Us

If you have questions you'd like to discuss, please contact the office of Dr. Kimberly Cockerham or Dr. Rowland.

Application for Help

Current contact info for Dr. Cockerham
1826 W Kettleman Lane
Lodi, CA 95242
Tel: (209) 461-2172
Fax: (209) 478-7962
Email: cockerhammd@gmail.com


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