Welcome to the Portland Community Free Clinic. The PCFC provides healthcare at no cost to uninsured adults between the ages of 18 and 65 who live in southern Maine, primarily Cumberland and York counties.
Please browse through these pages to learn more about us, who we serve, our volunteer service model, and how you can become a part of our mission, either as a volunteer, donor, or patient.
Believing that access to healthcare is a basic human right, the Portland Community Free Clinic and our volunteer partners strive to provide and advocate for the highest quality primary healthcare for those we serve.
The Portland Community Free Clinic is a unique partnership
of community volunteers.
We are supported by the Public Health Division,
Department of Health and Human Services of the City of Portland, Maine.
The Friends of the Portland Community Free Clinic was created to support the PCFC financially, as well as providing strategic vision and advisement.
The PCFC refers patients to Mercy Hospital, Maine Medical Center, and other community resources for free care services that we are unable to provide.
- If you are in need of healthcare, click here to learn more about the people we serve and if you would qualify to be a patient at the PCFC.
- You can also send a message directly to us through our online contact form.
Note: If you are acutely ill or in urgent need of care, please call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.