Free Clinic Services Include:
The mission of the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington is to provide and facilitate access to free, compassionate, quality health care for children and adults who are otherwise unable to obtain such services.
Urgent Dental Care During COVID-19
Please click Urgent Dental Care for more information.
Need Help Signing Up For Health Insurance and/or Basic Food?
Please click Health Insurance_Basic Food for more information on how you can sign up for health insurance and/or basic food.
Free Clinic Prescriptions Can Be Refilled
Free Clinic prescriptions can be refilled by calling our office at 360-313-1390 and leaving a message. Thank you.
Everything You Need to Know About Coronavirus Now That It Is A Pandemic
Walk-In Urgent Care, Dental & Vision Clinics Cancelled
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and protect our patients, volunteers and staff, all walk-in urgent care clinics, as well as all dental and vision clinics at the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington have been cancelled. We are working to have a permanent telehealth process in place as soon as possible. Staff are currently telecommuting and are available by email to provide support to those in need. We thank you as we all work together to keep our community health risk minimized.
Please check this site for future updates.
If you have questions or concerns, please call the specific program number listed below:
Medical: 360-313-1395 or 360-313-1379
Pharmacy Refills: 360-313-1379
Dental: 360-313-1387 or 360-313-1397
Vision: 360-313-1383 or 360-313-1387
Community Health Worker: 360-313-1380
The Free Clinic and the Coronavirus
Please do not come to the Free Clinic if you have the symptoms listed below. We cannot treat these symptoms. If you feel you are very sick and need help, please call the state virus help line at 1-800-525-0127 and press #, the local emergency room at 360-514-2000 or 911 for severe situations.
- Shortness of Breath
- Sore Throat
- Runny Nose
- Muscle Aches
For most respiratory infections there is no prescription medication to help treat the illness, and symptoms usually improve within a week or two. The best treatment is to stay home and follow these self-care instructions, by clicking SELF-CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Below you will also find some additional fact sheets providing valuable information about the Coronavirus, as well as links to the Centers for Disease and Prevention and the Clark County Health Department.
- Coronavirus Fact Sheet (English)
- Coronavirus Fact Sheet (Spanish)
- Centers for Disease and Prevention
- Clark County Health Department
Coronavirus & Immigrants
U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that any testing, treatment, or services relating to COVID-19 will NOT be used against immigrants in their public charge evaluation. Anyone that reaches out with concerns over public charge and COVID-19 should seek all available treatment without fear of consequence. Visit https://www.uscis.gov/greencard/public-charge for additional information.
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If you are interested in seeing what goes on at the Free Clinic, we’d love to show you around. Let us know your preferred days and times.
Not a member yet? Join today! It’s free, it’s easy and it will generate a donation to the Free Clinic every time you use your Fred Meyer Rewards Card.
Don’t have a Rewards Card? Pick one up at any Fred Meyer customer service desk. Then go to our Support page and scroll down to link with the Fred Meyer Community Rewards frequently asked questions page and find out how to use your card to support the Free Clinic.
You’ll be guided through the step-by-step process of creating an account and linking your card with the Free Clinic. Every purchase you make, including gas, will send a donation our way!
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