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Mobile Services Schedule


  • Champaign-Urbana Area
  • McLean County

Addiction Recovery

Carle Addiction Recovery Center services are now available every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at Salt & Light in Urbana for the Champaign County service area. Walk-ins between 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. or virtual appointments anytime.

  • Medication for addiction treatment
  • Individual counseling services with linkage to care for IOP intensive outpatient program and continuing care
  • HCV treatment
  • Overdose prevention education and naloxone distribution
  • Harm reduction education
  • Co-occurring disorder treatment (mgmt. of psychiatric conditions-limited scope)

Dr. Benjamin Robbins Pediatric Asthma Clinic

This monthly clinic provides treatment and support to children with asthma.

Our care team will evaluate patients and prescribe medication as appropriate, and provide education for asthma triggers and treatments. A social worker will be available to help address barriers to treatment and identify other community programs that may be helpful. Carle partners with healthcare providers, schools and other community entities to ensure children in our community have the treatment they need at home, at school and beyond.

The clinic is held on the third Thursday of every month for the Champaign County service area. It is open from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and is located at the Illinois Worknet Building, 1307 N. Mattis Ave., Champaign.

The Robbins Pediatric Asthma Symposium is made possible by generous donations to the Dr. Benjamin Robbins Legacy Fund through Carle Health Center for Philanthropy.

Who can I contact with questions?

Please call (217) 365-7928 or email to connect with a Mobile Health Services representative directly.

How much do services cost?

Insurance and financial assistance from community resources are accepted and will be utilized if available, but Carle Mobile Health Services will see all patients regardless of their ability to pay.

Will I be able to get my prescription?

While clinic staff will supply some immunizations, there will be no medications (including narcotics) available. If you receive a prescription during your visit, it will be submitted electronically to the pharmacy of your choice.

Is the clinic connected to my electronic medical record?

Yes. Staff providing care will have access to all patient electronic health records for Carle and Christie Clinic patients. The results of each visit will become part of your electronic health record.

How can I invite Carle Mobile Health Services to be at my event?

Carle Mobile Health Services would be happy to support appropriate community events, at no cost. Depending on accessibility of space and staffing resources, we may determine our support vehicle would be more appropriate for your event.

Please make your request at least 60 days prior to your event by filling out the form below. Due to the high demand of our services, we may not be able to fulfill requests. Please allow 10 business days to receive a response.


The Carle Mobile Health Clinic is made possible by generous donations to Carle Health Center for Philanthropy.

Classes, Events and Support Groups

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