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Interfaith Clinic

Frequent Questions

  • Who can go to Interfaith Clinic?
    • Low-income adult (18-64 years old)
    • Uninsured
    • Living in Union County, AR
    • Have a steady monthly household income
  • How to qualify?
    • Provide proof of income (Federal 1040 tax form, month of pay stubs, or other proof approved by Interfaith Clinic)
    • Proof of residency (utility bill with physical address from a household member)
    • Provide identification (Arkansas driver’s license or photo ID)
  • What services does Interfaith Clinic offer?
    • Primary medical care services
    • Minor surgeries
    • Medication assistance
    • EKG’s
    • Medical insurance assistance
    • Individualized care plans
  • Will I receive a bill from Interfaith Clinic?

    Yes, services are deeply discounted and patients will be billed based on their household income. Under Federal Law, all patients must be covered by a health insurance policy, but Interfaith Clinic understands there are still barriers to receiving coverage. We are here to provide access to medical care for patients who remain uncovered.

  • How is Interfaith Clinic different from other doctor offices?
    • All patients must be low-income
    • No one is turned away due to inability to pay
    • Services are provided on a sliding fee scale
    • Interfaith Clinic is a part of the SHARE Foundation, and is a 501(c) 3 not for profit
  • Not sure if you still qualify?

    Contact Interfaith Clinic and we can assist you in applying for services.

    **Note, Interfaith Clinic cannot serve as a Primary Care Physician (PCP) for Medicaid purposes. If you have full Medicaid, and needing a PCP, Interfaith Clinic cannot be of assistance at this time.**


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