The Perry Family Free Clinic (PFFC) provides primary care services to uninsured and underinsured Black men within a family atmosphere that’s caring, culturally relevant, and welcoming.
The Perry Family Free Clinic (PFFC) offers uninsured and underinsured Black men access to a range of physical therapy services.
The Perry Family Free Clinic (PFFC) collaborates with a Black male therapist who offers one-on-one counseling to uninsured and underinsured Black men.
The Perry Family Free Clinic (PFFC) collaborates with the Edgewood College School of Nursing to offer uninsured and underinsured Black men a full assessment of feet, nails, skin integrity, and problem areas.
The Perry Family Free Clinic provides quality healthcare for uninsured and under-insured Black men and all who are impacted by disparities in healthcare.
Hours: Thursday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
To be eligible for services, the patient must meet the following criteria:
The Free Clinics is a community-based, volunteer-driven organization. The support of our community is critical to our ability to provide care. We need your support and invite you to explore ways in which you might contribute to The Free Clinics and our provision of high quality healthcare to those in our community who truly need our help.
As an advocate for Black men's health, I believe that everyone has a right to healthcare regardless of their ability to pay. The PFFC is dedicated to the legacy of my late parents, Albert Perry Sr. and Mattie Lou Perry who embodied the African proverb, "It Takes a Village". - Aaron Perry