Free health care to Central Florida's uninsured
Shepherd's Hope is a faith-based primary health care assistance for the uninsured in Central Florida. Patients who are eligible for services through Shepherd's Hope have income at or below 200% of the poverty level, are uninsured and not eligible for government assisted health care programs.
Visit Shepherd's Hope's website for more information on eligibility, types of services, location, volunteer
opportunities and to sign up for these opportunities.
Become a part of Shepherd's Hope
Volunteers are needed to help once a month at the Shepherd's Hope Health Center located at the Westside Vo-Tech in Winter Garden. This center offers free primary care to patients who are uninsured and are at 150% of the poverty level or below.
Volunteers are also needed in the following areas: eligibility specialists, general office help, and medical professionals. Shepherd's Hope Westside is open every Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Volunteer Orientations are held at FL Hospital Seventh Day Adventist Church, 2800 N. Orange Ave. RSVP at 407-876-6699. View the Volunteer Orientation dates. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to RSVP.