Clothes Less Traveled has awarded a Annual Grant of $18,000 to Healing Bridge Clinic.

Pictured Here – Left: Interim Executive Director Pam Reid, Center Left: Nurse Practitioner Lynn Sparks, Center: Nurse Practitioner Kim Campbell, Center Right: Clinic Manager Marilyn Walker, Right: Executive Director Mike Conaway

Providing free healthcare to local patients is truly life saving work. In addition to your general practice, the available therapies and support for mental health and access to an in-house pharmacy work in harmony to best serve those struggling in our community. Everyone deserves to live in good health, and Clothes Less Traveled is honored to support your mission.

Ruth McCommon, a nurse and member of a church in the community, wanted to make a difference in the lives of residents who had no insurance. She brought together a team comprising of a pastor, a nurse, an administrator, a pharmacist, a lawyer, a CPA, and a church, and opened the doors of the Healing Bridge Clinic on September 24th, 2009.

Healing Bridge Clinic provides non-emergency medical care the uninsured residents of Fayette, Coweta & South Fulton counties who are within the 200% federal poverty income level guidelines in the form of weekly clinics where doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals volunteer their services to patients.