Open Door Clinic

Open Door Clinic

Open Door Clinic offers free or discounted health services to those Clinton County residents who qualify. Several of our church members volunteer at the clinic on a regular basis.

The volunteers of the Open Door aspire to follow the example of Christ through the charitable use of their talents.  Helping others is one of the greatest of all gifts.  Jesus said, “When you care for the sick…you care for me.”

250 Alhambra, Box 25, Franfort, IN 46041

765-654-9544

Contact person – Sharon Hayden

Must call for days and hours open.

Our Mission

 Our mission is to provide free medical care to the uninsured and underinsured of Clinton County.

Medical Care

Free medical services are provided to adults and children with chronic illnesses, minor injuries, physicals, and other examinations.

Additional Services

  • Advocacy to assist with connections to other social services within the community

  • Spanish interpreters

  • Medication assistance program

 Eligibility

To receive assistance, Open Door verifies resources using these documents.

  1. Driver’s license or state issued ID.

  2. Current tax returns, a letter from the IRS stating a non-filing status, or proof of household income.

History

Originally established as an outreach for migrant workers, Open Door has progressed to become a non-profit organization for the uninsured and underinsured of Clinton County.  In 2003, the Clinic became a United Way Agency.  Through the generosity of many, Open Door continues to expand services to the uninsured and underinsured within the county.  Over 100 volunteers have provided resources to serve over 10,000 Clinton County residents who would otherwise have few available options for medical care.