Meet Free Clinic patient José, who visited the Clinic for the physical and immunizations required for his college entry.
Your participation in this survey will help identify community health needs.
“We are very grateful to our community for so generously supporting the Free Clinic,” said Shari Landry, president of the Culpeper Wellness Foundation, which manages the clinic.
Give Local Piedmont is a critical fundraiser for the Free Clinic, supporting our mission to offer medical care for low-income adults who don’t have health insurance. Early giving begins on April 21 and continues through May 5.
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Culpeper Wellness Foundation has provided quick-turnaround grant support to a variety of organizations, with far reaching impact in its service area of Culpeper, Madison and Orange counties.
The Foundation is focusing available grant resources in its service area of Culpeper, Orange and Madison counties on critical health and wellness needs related to the pandemic. The Foundation’s annual Healthy Living Grants program will be suspended until further notice.
The board of directors for the Culpeper Wellness Foundation, which operates Powell Wellness Center and Culpeper Sport & Fitness, has voted to close the two centers temporarily effective March 16, 2020 in support of the larger COVID-19 mitigation effort.
Community Health Needs Assessment town hall on March 30 invites area residents to share their perspectives on local health needs and priorities.
Culpeper Wellness Foundation will award $115,000 in grants for health and wellness projects serving Culpeper, Madison and Orange counties. Applications will be accepted beginning on Monday, March 9. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 24 at 5 PM. Applicants can...
New director Tammy LaGraffe brings a variety of public health experiences to the position.