Spring is in the Air! It’s time for the 8th Annual People’s Health & Wellness Clinic Bowl-A-Thon, Saturday, May 3, 1:00 – 3:00 PM at Twin City Family Fun Center (formerly Twin City Lanes and Games), on the Barre-Montpelier Road.
Form a team and register now! All ages and skills are welcome! Call the Clinic at 479-1229, or download the registration form here. Help raise funds to support the Clinic, and win great prizes for your efforts!
Free Clinic Services: For 20 years, the People’s Health & Wellness Clinic has provided primary health care and wellness education for uninsured and underinsured central Vermont residents. All of Washington County, plus Orange, Washington, and Williamstown in Orange County is our primary service area, but we saw patients from 49 Vermont towns in 2013.
We are a free clinic. We charge nothing for our services, but ask for donations. A small paid staff supports over 100 volunteers who give freely of their services. Doctors, Nurses and Nurse Practitioners, Mental Health providers, body workers, and other specialist and complementary practitioners offer a wide array of treatment options. Our new oral health program provide dental hygiene consultation and a network of volunteer dentists are available for referrals.
In addition to services on site, we arrange for prescriptions, specialist referrals, lab work, and other diagnostic testing. Often, patients qualify for financial assistance for all or part of these services. Our staff and administrative volunteers will help guide you through the paperwork.
Can’t Afford Health Insurance? Deductibles too high? While many people are taking advantage of the new health insurance plans under the Affordable Care Act, not everyone is eligible; not everyone can afford it; and not everything is covered. That’s why we’re here. Call us if you need us; donate if you’d like to help.
– By Appointment Only – Call 802-479-1229 -
The People’s Health & Wellness Clinic mission is to provide primary health care and wellness education to the uninsured and underinsured community members of Central Vermont who cannot otherwise afford these services.