Hope Medical Clinic
Currently the Hope Medical Clinic in the Mission Possible Community Center is open three times a month primarily serving the refugee community. The clinic is a monthly gathering of doctors, nurses, and other non-medical volunteers, having the opportunity to serve refugees from countries such as Nepal, Burma, Congo, Afghanistan, Iraq, and others and provide them with free healthcare. They have grown over the last few months from seeing 15 patients per month to now 25-30 patients. Many of these patients are also able to now receive much needed dental care.
Open: 2nd Friday and Saturday of every month from 8a-12p; 4th Saturday of every month from 8a-12p.
They have a need for snacks, cleaning supplies, over the counter medications, Thermacare heat wraps or other type of heat delivery for back and neck pain, skin lotions (cetaphil, eucerin, aquaphor, goldbond), dental hygiene items, doctors, dentists, eye doctors.
For more information, please see the Get Up Project website.