Jewish Community Free Clinic
The Jewish Community Free Clinic provided free medical care and social services to 2,590 uninsured adults and children of all races and religions in 2013. The economic downturn has resulted in greater demand but also, fortuitously, more volunteers to the Clinic, as unemployed nurses and medical assistants prove eager to participate. Besides treating chronic illnesses, providing vaccines, and dispensing medications, the Jewish Community Free Clinic provides physicals to those seeking to re-enter the workplace. A new program will pre-screen clients for eligibility in more than a dozen public assistance programs and offer enrollment support.
|Project Dates||01/26/21 - 01/26/22|