COVID grant supports “Hope That’s Free” healthcare
By Shelby Miller, Executive Director, Hope Clinic and Care Center Inc.
Our Hope Clinic and Care Center motto is giving “Hope That’s Free.” We provide healthcare to uninsured and underinsured people in the Fox Cities and surrounding areas. A $10,000 grant from the COVID-19 Community Response Fund is helping our Menasha-based clinic continue supporting those who need healthcare during the coronavirus crisis.
This amazing gift will enable us to, without interruption, provide medications, perform labs and purchase personal protective equipment.
Hope Clinic offers services in family and adult medicine, physical therapy, medication assistance, labs, counseling and social assistance referrals. In addition, the Hope Clinic is fortunate to work with a variety of specialties, both locally and from the greater Wisconsin area, to provide the best care for patients in need.
Our staff also provides social assistance referral support in other aspects of the needs of the patient. Examples of this can be referrals to such places that assist with rent, car repair, legal, job search, food, utilities, insurance, vision, parenting and more. The staff at the Hope Clinic and Care Center are committed to providing quality care for the mind, body and spirit.
The Hope Clinic team wants to THANK those who generously donated to the COVID-19 Community Response Fund!
We invite you to donate now to the COVID-19 Community Response Fund. You can also learn about who has given to the fund, the fund’s grant recipients, and check out our latest news and updates.
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