We understand that with events in the world today, the economy has taken a toll on a great deal of people.
The words “free”, “low price”, even “inexpensive” are hard to locate in our own vocabularies. The phrase “sounds too good to be true” rings reality because most of us believe just that – it’s too good to be true.
Not only would we like to provide our patients and clients with the best care possible, we also want to keep in contact with our community to ensure they live better and easier lives knowing that there are a good many in our world that care just as much as we do. Living on a budget isn’t anything out of the ordinary these days and sometimes just making ends meet for once is a breath of fresh air. Families and even single member homes on low-income or that have no insurance can have some relief due to some very giving physicians and volunteers who want to make our city a better place.
We have dedicated this page to show everything from free and reduced-cost medical services to food and clothing banks. We want to ensure that our community has the resources it needs to find healthcare even if ours is out of reach for anyone for any reason. We strive to make a difference and so can you! If you would like to donate your time or volunteer at one of these terrific facilities, just check out their website and locate their “Volunteer” or “Donate” page.
The Georgia Department of Public Health offers several services such as adult and children health, physicals, general immunizations as well as travel immunizations; and also handles WIC for expectant or current mothers. You can locate your district by searching their website.
Troup Cares, Inc has 4 entities; The Troup Cares Free Clinic, Pharmaceutical Assistance Program, Care Management Program as well as Dental Clinic. Patients are screened prior to scheduling an initial appointment and services are provided to those that fall at or below the 200% federal poverty level.
Your Town Health offers medical assistance to anyone without insurance and you do not have to live within their county. They offer a Sliding Fee Scale based upon your household income and the number of people living in your home. The scale is based on the Federal Poverty Scale.
Paying for Senior Care is a brilliant resource tool on web for individuals that are looking into pricing for care of their loved ones. The website provides cost comparisons for care such as adult day care, home health, assisted living arrangements, companion visits and care management.
One Roof provides financial assistance ot families and individuals struggling to pay their mortgage, rent, power bills and even prescriptions. Along financial support, One Roof is able to provide needy families with a low-cost thrift store selling donated goods and clothing. They are a 501c3 organization.
Fayette C.A.R.E Clinic is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to providing it’s uninsured and lower income patients medical, dental, vision, dermatology, cardiology, gynecology, chiropractic and physical therapy care in the Fayette and surrounding county areas.
The Coweta Samaritan Clinic provides free primary medical care to individuals that are uninsured residents of Coweta County. You must be over 19 years of age and your income must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. Appointments are necessary.
Good Rx gives individuals the opportunity to get their prescriptions at the lowest cost possible. If you do not have insurance or your insurance will not cover a prescription – you can look the prescription up on their site and obtain a discount if one is available. Good Rx also has an app to download on your smart phone!
Healing Bridge Clinic provides free primary health care to the uninsured and the underinsured people of Fayette, Coweta and South Fulton Counties who fall within the 200% federal poverty level guidelines. They provide routine non-emergency medical and nursing care.
Bridging the Gap provides Coweta families and individuals with toiletries, household items and food every Saturday. They are a non-profit organization that serves over 1,000 individuals a month in need and offer soup and fellowship at 10:00 am.