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Quality Care for Connecticut’s Uninsured

Everyone should have access to quality health care

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Our Mission

We are a lifeline for the working poor who are making a sincere effort to help themselves and their families, but cannot afford medical care. Our clinics are at the heart of a caring community, bringing together skilled volunteers and donated services from area health care providers, including hospitals and diagnostic laboratories, to serve our neighbors in need.

Over 20 Years

serving Connecticut

26,000

patients treated

$83 million

in health services

More than 200

active volunteers

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AM I ELIGIBLE FOR CARE?

We serve qualifying low-income patients without health insurance. Learn More

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IS THERE A CLINIC IN MY AREA?

Our clinics are located in BridgeportNorwalkDanbury, and Stamford, Connecticut.

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HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT?

Check our clinic hours and contact us either by phone or e-mail to see if you are eligible 203.658.9500 or freeclinics@americares.org.
Walk-in visits allowed only if time permits.

Clinic News

From our clinics around Connecticut, we share the many stories of lives saved, health restored and hope renewed.

Near & Far Aid Supports Americares Free Clinics

Stamford, Conn. – August 13, 2018 – Near & Far Aid has awarded a $25,000 grant to the Americares Free Clinics in Bridgeport and Norwalk to support quality health care for low-income, uninsured residents in Fairfield County.

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    Westport Couple Supports Health Care for the Uninsured

    Christian and Eva Trefz of Westport have donated $200,000 to Americares Free Clinics to support quality health care for low-income Fairfield county residents without health insurance.

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      Olin Named Medical Director for Americares Stamford Clinic

      Stamford Health physician Dr. Craig Olin has been named medical director of the Americares Free Clinic of Stamford. In his new role, Dr. Olin will provide guidance on clinic policies and procedures, support volunteer recruitment and serve as an advocate within the community. His new volunteer position begins on Sept. 1.

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