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Vermont Free Clinics and Community Health Centers

Welcome to Free Clinic Directory's listings for Vermont. Our Vermont listings include 91 affordable and free clinics with several different pieces of information that can help low-income and uninsured people connect with a clinic or community health center in their area. These clinics offer free and discounted rates for medical and dental care. Our county listings include contact information, a listing of services and any further remarks that may be pertinent to our users, such as free services provided, discounted services provided and clinic operating hours. Free Clinic Directory strives to provide our users with the best and most up-to-date information possible. In order to achieve this, we highly recommend that our users offer reviews and listing corrections. To start browsing our listings, simply click on a county and begin reading.

Counties in Vermont

Addison (3)
Bennington (2)
Caledonia (12)
Chittenden (17)
Essex (4)
Franklin (10)
Grand Isle (2)
Lamoille (6)
Orange (5)
Orleans (1)
Rutland (7)
Washington (6)
Windham (3)
Windsor (10)

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Vermont Medical and Dental Clinics:

Good Neighbor Health Clinics, Inc. - Good Neighbor Health Clinic
Location: White River Junction, VT - 5001
Contact Phone: 802-295-1868
Details: The Good Neighbor Health Clinics, Inc. is a non-profit free health care facility established in 1992 for the purpose to offer free primary medical and dental care to the people of the Upper Connecticut River Valley who are in need and lack the resources to obtain adequate care.
Remarks: By appointment only; Appointments: (802) 295-1868 or toll free (877) 552-4815
Hardwick Health Center
Location: Hardwick, VT - 5843
Contact Phone: 802-472-3300
Details: Northern Counties Health Care Inc. a nonprofit corporation, administers a health care system with a unique commitment to the people of the three counties (Caledonia, Essex and Orleans) that make up Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Locally elected community members make up the governing Board which decides policy and strives to assure that the services people in the area need are being provided.
Remarks: Community Health
Good Neighbor Health Clinics, Inc. - Red Logan Dental Clinic
Location: White River Junction, VT - 5001
Contact Phone: 802-295-7573
Details: The Good Neighbor Health Clinics, Inc. is a non-profit free health care facility established in 1992 for the purpose to offer free primary medical and dental care to the people of the Upper Connecticut River Valley who are in need and lack the resources to obtain adequate care. In 1996, and in response to the increased need for dental care, the Red Logan Dental Clinic became part of the organization.
Remarks: By appointment only; Appointments: (802) 295-7573 or toll free (877) 552-4820
People’s Health & Wellness Clinic
Location: Barre, VT - 5641
Contact Phone: 802-479-1229
Details: The Mission of the People’s Health & Wellness Clinic is to provide primary health care and wellness education to uninsured and underinsured central Vermont residents who could not otherwise afford these services. We generally describe our service area as the 20 towns of Washington County, plus the three Orange County towns of Orange, Washington and Williamstown. All of these towns vote us money out of their municipal budgets. However, as the northernmost of the nine free clinics in the state, we actually draw patients from a much wider area—particularly Lamoille and Caledonia Counties. You are eligible for our services if you: Don’t have any health insurance; Have health insurance that doesn’t pay for certain services, such as naturopathy or massage therapy; Have catastrophic-only health insurance that does not pay for primary or preventive care; Meet our income guidelines (300% of the Federal Poverty Level—proof of income required)
Remarks: Clinic Hours: Monday-Thursday 9AM-5PM; Evening clinics take place Monday and Thursday evenings 5:30-8:30PM; Patients are seen during office and clinic hours by appointment only. Additional clinics are held at other times as volunteer schedules permit
Chcb - Keeler Bay Health Center
Location: South Hero, VT - 5486
Contact Phone: 802-372-4687
Details: On May 31st, 2012 the former Keeler Bay Family Practice closed its doors after thirty years of care for Island residents. On June 1st, the Community Health Centers of Burlington (CHCB) opened a new practice in the same location. The Keeler Bay Health Center is now open and welcoming patients into CHCB's newest site.
Remarks: All services are offered on a sliding fee scale for eligible low income, uninsured residents; Hours: Monday - Friday 7:45am - 4:30pm
Putney Walk-in Clinic
Location: Putney, VT - 5346
Contact Phone: 802-387-2120
Details: The Putney Walk-In Clinic is one of the longest operating free clinics in the state of Vermont. We provide a safety net for those who, for one reason or another, are not able to seek medical attention through the regular channels. This program is made possible by our staff of dedicated local health providers who volunteer their time and energy at our nighttime clinic, usually after having already seen patients all day long at their respective offices.
Remarks: The clinic is open Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Putney Family Healthcare office. We see patients on a first-come first-serve basis, and so we ask that people arrive early.
Bennington Free Clinic
Location: Bennington, VT - 5201
Contact Phone: 802-447-3700
Details: The Bennington Free Clinic is a not-for-profit medical clinic that provides free primary medical care, care coordination, and referral to uninsured adult residents of Bennington County and the surrounding area. The Bennington Free Clinic provides health care for uninsured adults over the age of 18 who cannot obtain health care elsewhere because they can not afford it. You are eligible for health care at the Bennington Free Clinic if you: do not have health insurance or have catastrophic-only health insurance that does not pay for preventative or primary care; and meet our income guidelines. You may also be eligible for other health care programs. We can assist you with the enrollment process and continue to provide health care during the transition to other health care providers.
Remarks: We prefer that you make an appointment to be seen. You can do so by calling (802) 447-3700. We will see ‘walk-ins’ as time permits. Transportation can be arranged. The clinic is open on Thursday evenings from 6 PM to 9 PM.
Community Dental Clinic
Location: Morrisville, VT - 5661
Contact Phone: 802-888-7585
Details: The Community Dental Clinic is part of Community Heath Services of Lamoille Valley and federally qualified (FQHC). This means we are able to work with patients to accept payments on a sliding fee scale, helping people to access care based on their income regardless of their ability to pay. With fewer employers offering a dental care benefit and Medicare not covering dental care at all, our goal is to meet the growing challenge of making comprehensible, affordable dental care available to everyone in our community.
Remarks: Sliding fee scale; Hours of operation: Monday - Friday: 7:00am - 4:30pm; We are conveniently located in the Northgate Shopping Plaza in Morrisville
Open Door Clinic
Location: Middlebury, VT - 5753
Contact Phone: 802-388-0137
Details: Founded in 1991, the Open Door Clinic provides free health care services for adults who are uninsured and underinsured that meet financial eligibility guidelines (up to 300% Federal Poverty Level). Our goal is to provide quality healthcare for patients until they become enrolled in private or public insurance programs and are transitioned to a permanent primary care home.
Remarks: Call for an appointment
Notch Dental Clinic
Location: Swanton, VT - 5488
Contact Phone: 802-255-5520
Details: Northern Tier Center for Health (NOTCH) is a mission driven primary care practice with a focus on quality and continuity of care. We are a not-for-profit corporation governed by a community-based Board of Directors whose mission is to provide high-quality care to traditionally underserved populations in Franklin and Grand Isle counties of Vermont.
Remarks: Community Health