The Presbyterian Medical Care Mission serves low-income adults who live in Taylor County and the surrounding 18-counties. In order to qualify for our services, patients must meet the following requirements:
- To view the most current federal poverty guidelines and our per visit pricing, please click the link below.
If you are interested in becoming a patient, please print, complete, and return the information packet below to the Medical Clinic.
“I was homeless and addicted for several years off and on. I found out I could go to treatment and I searched out medical care….just in case I lived. The staff was fantastic as far as my medical needs were concerned but they also fed me spiritually. I don’t know what I would have done without their service. I needed a lot of medication and help that I couldn’t afford at the time. They set all of that up for me. I continued as a patient for several years after my initial intake. I’ve been clean now for over 3 years and am in good health. Thank you staff for showing me that I was cared for by you and for showing God’s unconditional love.” (Written by a former patient who, through his hard work and discipline, has changed his life and financial circumstances and no longer qualifies for services at the Mission clinic.)
Volunteer Raye Morris commented, “Most of the people are so grateful, especially to be able to get their medications, that so many say it has saved their life!” When asked why did she choose to volunteer at the Mission when there are so many opportunities in the community Raye stated, “The Mission was actually doing something worth while.” When asked to describe the work of the Mission with one word Raye responded “Vital” to the community and “Rewarding” to me!