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Because of You . . .
Because of you, Roxanne has been given another chance “to be able to enjoy my life with less pain, discomfort and worry about whether or not I will be able to maintain my medications due to financial hardship. Yes, LAFC and those who contribute their time and donations to make health care possible for those with medical needs (some life-threatening), no health insurance and financial hardships are definitely EARTH ANGELS. I only hope to be able to give back some day.” Won’t you please consider making a donation to the Lake Area Free Clinic as a part of your giving plans this year and help us to provide hope for the people in our community who need it most?  People like Marcia.  Please click here to read Roxanne’s and other stories about how LAFC helped in their time of need! 

 Offering Hope, Health and Dignity

The Lake Area Free Clinic welcomes individuals and families who lack health insurance and the ability to pay for health care. Clinic patients receive the medical attention and practical information they need to maintain their health in a friendly and caring atmosphere. Thousands of people in our community are afforded the dignity of getting their basic health care needs met because of the time commitment of our staff and volunteers, services provided by local providers, and generous contributions from private individuals and organizations alike.

A Valuable Community Resource, the Lake Area Free Clinic is:

A safety net for thousands who would otherwise go without vital health care.

A life-changing volunteer experience for hundreds who seek to help their neighbors in need.

The essence of what living in a socially responsible community means.

Did You Know?

The LAFC’s revenue comes from donations and contributions with no government funding.

LAFC has less than 3 full time employees. The clinic is staffed by more than 200

volunteers. In 2013, more than 14,000 volunteer hours were realized. In 2013 the clinic had 5569 patient visits