One of the major priorities of the NAFC is to provide resources for Free and Charitable Clinics to help increase their capacity to serve those with unmet healthcare needs.
The NAFC provides a wide range of resources and support for our members, including access to:
- Grant Opportunities
- Donated and Discounted Supplies and Services
- Medication Access
- Education, Training, and Technical Assistance
- Community Connection and Support
- Comprehensive Resource Library
- Public Policy and Advocacy Updates and Alerts
- Support to Expand Services and Capacity
The NAFC, through the addition of its Volunteers in Medicine program, can also help communities start new clinics and help current clinics expand their services and capacity. Learn more about the NAFC Volunteers in Medicine program by visiting https://nafcclinics.org/get-involved/start-a-clinic/volunteers-in-medicine/.
In 2020, NAFC Members Received:
in donated medications & supplies from NAFC Partners
Learn more about NAFC Members, including Free and Charitable Clinics and Pharmacies and State Associations.
Is there a need for increased access to affordable healthcare for medically underserved people in your community? The NAFC – along with several of our partners – are here to help communities whether they are looking to start a free or charitable clinic, or to help existing clinics expand their capacity including expanding hours, services provided and more.
Learn more about starting a clinic, about the NAFC Volunteers in Medicine Program, and about our clinic development partners.