The Free Clinic of Culpeper provides confidential medical care and prescription drugs for Culpeper County adults who do not have health insurance or the means to pay for healthcare.
The Free Clinic of Culpeper provides support
to many members of our community who are struggling
to manage serious health challenges. Marie, a patient of the clinic,
recently shared how she is managing her health with
the clinic’s assistance.
One of only two Medical Fitness Association certified facilities
in Virginia, Powell Wellness Center offers a therapeutic and recreational
aquatic complex, strength & cardio equipment and extensive programs
to support community wellness needs.
To improve health and promote wellness in Culpeper, Madison, and Orange counties.
The Foundation works to achieve its mission by:
- providing health and fitness programming and services
- ensuring the availability of high quality medical care for low-income, uninsured adults, and
- providing mission related grants to local nonprofits
The Culpeper Wellness Foundation operates PATH Recreation & Fitness Center, Powell Wellness Center and the Free Clinic of Culpeper.
The Foundation holds a unique role in the community as a provider of services, a grantmaker and a partner in the pursuit of building healthier communities.
The Free Clinic of Culpeper provides confidential medical care and prescription medications for Culpeper county adults who do not have health insurance or the means to pay for healthcare.
With the support of eight paid staff and dozens of volunteers, the Free Clinic provides primary and urgent care, prescription medications, and patient education for more than 500 uninsured low-income adults who are residents of Culpeper County. The Free Clinic also collaborates with several community resources to help meet other needs of our patients. These resources include service providers for behavioral health, dental care, transportation, housing, literacy, employment and job training, and nutrition counseling.
Powell Wellness Center (PWC), recognized in 2018 as Certified Medical Fitness Facility of the Year, is one of only two Medical Fitness Association-certified facilities in Virginia. A volunteer Medical Advisory Board guides staff in the development and delivery of medically-integrated fitness programs that help children and adults improve their physical and emotional well-being through health education, regular exercise and increased physical activity.
Powell offers a variety of group exercise classes and aquatic programs. Facility highlights include an indoor walking track featuring two lanes and a cushioned rubberized floor and a cardio floor with varied equipment from ellipticals to rowing machines to treadmills. The aquatic arena includes a warm-water pool, two warm-water pockets for therapy, a two-lane walking oval with chest-high water and a current, and lap lanes for swimming or aquatic fitness classes.
PRFC offers recreation and fitness opportunities for all ages in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. The center comprises 27,000 square feet of recreation, fitness, activity and amenity space. Multi-use sport courts accommodate basketball, volleyball and pickleball for drop-in, open gym and team practice. Practice your swing in indoor batting cages or polish your skills with a golf/multi-sport simulator. Tween, teen and family nights are held regularly, and a variety of programming serves all ages. The recreation facility is open to the public and accessible through drop-in fee, monthly pass or membership.
In the fitness area, members enjoy top-of-the-line cardio equipment, strength and functional fitness equipment and exercise classes. Personal training and small group training will support achievement of your goals safely and successfully.
Bring your family – kids’ programs are open to the public through registration and include taekwondo, youth sports performance and tumbling.
News & Events
Culpeper Star Exponent article: A new seated exercise program is proving to be a big hit with local seniors while providing a considerable health boost.
Healthy Living Grant brings new exercise program to Generations Central Adult Day Center’s senior adult participants
The grant from Culpeper Wellness Foundation supports a program of 36 chair exercise classes taught by Powell Wellness Center instructors over the next year. Additionally, the grant supports equipment and training to enable the Generations Central staff to continue the exercise program.
Energy Medicine Yoga is a free program open to the public that is offered quarterly at Powell Wellness Center.