West Virginia Association of Free Clinics is a non-profit organization serving as an advocate for WV’s member free clinics and for the populations they serve. What is a free clinic? Free Clinics offer a variety of free-of-charge health care services to those who don’t have access to health care through traditional methods. In West Virginia, Free Clinics are supported with state funding and also look to their local communities for support through cash and inkind donations.

What We Do

The is best described as “a network of compassion, volunteerism and quality health care services for those who cannot afford health insurance.” In addition to general medical and prescription services, Free Clinics may offer such services as oral health, specialty services (cardiac, podiatry, endocrinology), lab testing, diagnostic procedures, family planning, breast/cervical cancer screening, health education, and group counseling (depression, anxiety, and stress).

Featured Clinic:

Susan Dew Hoff Memorial Clinic, West Milford, WV (Harrison County)

The Susan Dew Hoff Memorial Clinic Inc. is a health and dental promotion and prevention Clinic designed to facilitate and coordinate access to health and dental services for those individuals who are uninsured or under insured working poor and/or elderly of Harrison County WV.

Sr. Mary Rebecca Fidler, Ph.D., RSM, of the Susan Dew Hoff Memorial Clinic, recently received papal honors.

Learn More about the Susan Dew Hoff Memorial Clinic

WV Free Clinic Locations

member clinics are located throughout the Mountain State.

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at a Glace

West Virginia Free Clinics
Washington Street East
Phone: 5941
Linda West, Executive Director