The Gift You Make Today Provides Free Medical Care for Those in Need
Sam is a hard-working member of our community. He works two jobs to make ends meet. Neither employer provides health insurance coverage.
Linda had worked in the same job position nearly five years and then was laid off. Linda’s health insurance was provided by her employer. When Linda lost her job, she also lost her health insurance coverage.
Where can Sam and Linda turn for help when they need health care?
The gift you make today will provide access to healthcare to community members like Sam and Linda, who find themselves without health insurance.
Your support will help every Sam and Linda in our community access health care services regardless of their ability to pay.
The gift you make today will help ensure that the Ithaca Free Clinic will be here tomorrow for every Sam and Linda in need.
Your gift will make a difference.
Your gift will make an immediate, positive impact.
Your gift will save lives.
We believe that Health Care is a Human Right. Providing Access to Health Care is the Right Thing to Do. Please help in providing health care to those in need!
Join the Free Clinic family today and become an Ally for Health!
Thank you for your support!
The Ithaca Free Clinic is an operation of the Ithaca Health Alliance, a 501(3)(c) charitable organization.
Our Mission is to facilitate access to health care for all, with a focus on the needs of uninsured persons.
IFC is a 2022 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free Clinics Quality Standards Program.
All Health Care Services are FREE!
The Free Clinic relies entirely on grants and donations to keep the doors open and continually offer free, high-quality health services.
We operate on an integrative health model, where multiple modalities can be used in conjunction with one another to offer the best possible health outcome. Our focus is on whole-person health through the provision of free, quality services.
For more information on the Ithaca Free Clinic, please visit www.ithacahealth.org.
For more information on integrative health, we recommend checking out the National Center for Complementary and Integrative health, found here.