Rendering of new
parking area and entrance to the dental wing; phase one of the
renovations to the new clinic building.
CARING FOR OUR COMMUNITY – 10 YEARS!
For a long time, people
across America have realized that many of their friends and neighbors aren’t
able to get health care, because they lacked insurance and the ability to
pay. The people from Shenandoah County worked together to solve this
problem – to bring hope and healing to their neighbors in need.
Thanks to hundreds of volunteers and donors,
Shenandoah County Free Clinic has helped thousands of county residents
since opening in June 2002. Eighty percent of the funding comes from the
community. It is truly neighbors helping neighbors!
Shenandoah County Free
Clinic has long received many requests for dental care – more than it could
handle with an all volunteer staff. Thus in 2008 it started a new nonprofit
enterprise, Shenandoah Dental Clinic, to serve children and adults.
Saving lives, saving
smiles, caring for our community!
The Building for a Healthier
Community capital campaign is well underway. Contact us today to find
out how you can support this goal.
Whenever a Free Clinic
opens, miracles occur.
— Estelle Avner, executive director, Bradley
Free Clinic in Roanoke, VA.
Shenandoah County Free Clinic continues
to grow and expand services. From 2007 to 2009, it expanded patient
services by 60 percent in the medical clinic and started a full-time dental
operation. Thus it purchased a larger building, which when fully renovated,
will enable it to serve twice as many people.
want to help make this dream a reality, contact Rebecca Stickley, Director
of Resource Development, at 540-459-1700 x213.