Grace Clinic has earned a 2020 Gold Rating from the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program.
- We continue to provide medical, counseling and urgent dental services to low-income Tri-Citians who lack insurance. Current patients may request a telehealth appointment. Please call the clinic for details.
- Patients who currently have or have had in the past 14 days shortness of breath, a cough or fever should NOT enter the clinic. Instead, contact us by phone at 509.735.2300.
- We are not equipped to test or treat patients for COVID-19/coronavirus. You may dial 211 to make an appointment for a free COVID test. You may also contact: Tri-Cities Community Health at 509-547-2204; Trios Urgent Care at 509-221-6900 or the Benton City Clinic at 509-588-4075.
- Those who are interested in becoming a patient of Grace Clinic will have their initial screening by phone.
- Limitations are in place for new volunteers. At this time, only credentialed healthcare professionals will be considered for volunteering.
- The clinic is open Tuesday through Saturday and doors will open at 8:00 a.m. The clinic will close after the last scheduled appointment of the day.
Visit Mental Health America or Crisis Connections for helpful mental health resources. View these handouts additional assistance: What’s Underneath, Looking for Good, Planning Your Routine, Detoxing Your Life.
For substance abuse recovery resources, the Washington Recovery Help Line or the Benton Franklin Recovery Coalition.
For the latest local COVID-19 updates, visit the Benton-Franklin Health District website.
For updates on Grace Clinic, like and follow our Facebook page at facebook.com/GraceClinicWA
For ways to support the Clinic, go to gracecliniconline.org/support.
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Last updated June 17, 2020