The St. Petersburg Free Clinic uses a compassionate, multi-modal approach to change lives in St. Pete.
For the last 49 years, the clinic has worked to provide services to those in need. The Free Clinic offers food, shelter, and health care to St. Pete’s residents through eight programs, and the constant evolution of new ways to provide assistance to the St. Petersburg community. Supported by volunteers from around the area, the clinic works with the community to make a difference in Pinellas County.
St. Petersburg Free Clinic
Number of Employees
24 (450 volunteers)
The St. Petersburg Free Clinic is a local, non-profit organization devoted to directly helping the people of Pinellas County. It provides free services to those in need through the efforts of its employees and the generosity of local volunteers. Since its establishment in 1970, the organization has grown to include eight programs: Health Education, We Help Services, Food Bank, Health Center, Dental Program, Family Residence, Women's Residence, and Men's Residence. Through these programs, the St. Petersburg Free Clinic has made a significant impact on the local community.
Core values/mission statement
With compassion and respect, St. Petersburg Free Clinic changes lives by providing food, shelter and health care to our neighbors in need.