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4104 Junius Street, Dallas, Texas 75246

Tel: 972-707-7782

Medical ext. 301 

Dental ext. 302

Fax: 972-707-7781

Medical Fax: 800-834-0522




Welcome to the Agape Clinic! We look forward to serving you. If you need information on our hours, services, partnership with the North Texas Food Bank, and more, please click on the links below. 

To make an appointment, please call 972-707-7782. You can reach medical at extension 301 and dental at extension 302. We receive a large volume of calls, so please leave a voicemail if you are unable to reach someone. We will return your call as soon as we are able.

Read our Patient FAQ to get answers to all of your questions, including our hours and how to reach us.

Wondering if we offer a service you need? Check out our services page to see a list of all our services.

Need fresh fruits and veggies? Learn about our partnership with the North Texas Food Bank Mobile Pantry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need an appointment?

The Agape Clinic now operates by appointment Monday through Friday. Medical appointments are generally booked three months out, so please call 972-707-7782 in advance to schedule an appointment. Saturday clinic is first come, first served, except when there is an urgent or emergency medical case. Please plan your arrival time accordingly. 

Do you take walk-ins?

The clinic accepts walk-ins for general medical appointments. Specialty medical visits are by appointment only. We cannot guarantee that walk-ins will be seen the day they come in. For the best chance of being seen, please arrive at the clinic by 7:00 a.m. We try to begin seeing walk-ins at 7:30. If we are not able to see you, you may be asked to return another day. If you have a medical emergency, you will be sent to the emergency room for care. 

Where is the clinic located? 

4104 Junius Street, Dallas, Texas 75246, on the corner of Junius & Haskell. Our clinic is in the old Owen's Eye Center building across Junius from Grace United Methodist Church. 

Where should I park?

You can park on site in the clinic parking lot or in the parking lot of Grace United Methodist Church. Please do not park on the street. Do not park in the entrance of the gates prior to the clinic opening.

When is the clinic open? 

Monday - Friday: 7:00 a.m - 3:00 p.m.

Saturday: 7:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

Evening clinics are scheduled based on provider availability. Please call for a current schedule of evening clinics and specialty offerings.


The Clinic is closed on the following holidays:

New Year's Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.  

Who is eligible to be seen at the clinic?

Agape Clinic welcomes anyone and everyone. We welcome anyone in need of medical help, regardless of ability to pay.

Do I have to pay?

Agape Clinic is a charity medical clinic, and relies solely on donations to fund our operations. We do not charge for services and we do not accept insurance. We do ask patients who are able to make a donation to offset some of our costs. We recommend a donation of $30 for appointments. We will not turn anyone away because of inability to pay. 

What types of medical conditions do you treat? 

Agape Clinic provides acute care for ailments such as ear infections and urinary tract infections. We also treat chronic conditions, such as Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Other services include routine physicals and some mental health conditions. Specialty appointments in women's health, allergies and asthma, dermatology, neurology, ophthalmology, pediatrics, counseling services, and occupational therapy are available by appointment only and are dependent on provider availability. For a full list of services, please see our services page. 

What if I don't speak English?

We have translators available who speak Spanish. We have other languages available on a limited basis. If you need a translator, please feel free to bring one with you.


How long should I expect my visit to take?

If you have an appointment, you should plan for 30 minutes to 1 hour, though that is a goal and does not always happen. If you are a walk-in, wait times may be lengthy. Please arrive at the clinic by 7 a.m. to increase the chance you will be seen.

Should I bring anything to my visit? 

Name, birth date, and current medications. If you are able, we ask for a voluntary donation of $30. 

I've called, but no one answer the phone. Why?

We are a nonprofit clinic and therefore very busy. If you leave your name and number in our voicemail box, we will return the call as soon as possible. Because we have a high volume of calls, we are only able to return the call once. Please do not leave more than one message. We listen to all messages before beginning scheduling, so multiple messages means it will take us longer to reach you.  

Why are other patients being seen before me when I was here before them?

We try our best to see all patients in a timely manner. Emergencies and appointments have priority. We will try to see you as soon as possible.

When is food truck?

Food truck is on the second Tuesday and the fourth Thursday of each month from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. 

Medical Fax #: 800-834-0522

Family Medical Care

  • Routine Primary Care

  • STD testing & treatment

  • Routing physicals for school and work (not FAA, DOTA, or disability)

  • Acute Care (such as flu, sore throat, ear infections, minor cuts, abscesses, and cysts, etc.)

  • Some Mental Health Conditions

  • Thyroid Disorders

  • Diabetes Management

  • Blood Pressure Management

  • Cholesterol Management

Specialty Services

  • Allergies & Asthma

  • Dermatology

  • Neurology

  • Ophthalmology

  • Pediatrics

  • Counseling Services

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Muscoloskeletal

  • Internal Medicine

  • Infectious Disease

  • Some Rheumatology

  • LGBTQ & Primary Care (Prep & PEP, rectal cancer screenings)

Women's Health

Well woman visit, including:

  • Pap smear

  • Clinical breast exam 

  • "female complaints"

Dental Services

  • Adult and Pediatric Services

  • Cleaning-Routine and Deep

  • Fillings

  • Extractions

Social Services

  • Patient Advocacy

Professional Education

  • Clinical Training Site

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the mobile pantry at Agape? 

The Agape Clinic hosts a North Texas Food Bank Mobile Pantry the second Tuesday and fourth Thursday of each month from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come visit the food truck to pick up some heart-healthy fruits and vegetables!

Who can participate?

All you need is proof of address - any form of ID or utility bill. 

Thank you to our generous partners!

This mobile pantry is made possible by a partnership with North Texas Food Bank and with funds from the David M. Crowley Foundation. Over 150 families each month benefit from this collaboration!

Patient FAQ


NTFB Mobile Pantry