Cascade Medical Foundation Seeking Support for Mobile Clinic

Top Photo - Artists rendering of mobile health clinic Middle Photo - possible site for service in Dryden Bottom photo - potential site for mobile health service in Plain

Healthcare delivered to your neighborhood, near your school or place of work, from Peshastin to Dryden, from Merritt to Plain…

With convenient hours of operation and bilingual staff…

Vital services including general wellness, mental health, chronic care, x-rays, lab and social services.

These are the aims of a new mobile clinic fundraising campaign by Cascade Medical Foundation.

Between now and the end of September, Cascade Medical Foundation (CMF) seeks community support for a mobile clinic for Cascade Medical. CMF pledges to match up to $20,000 to reach the goal of $40,000.

This represents only a portion of the start-up costs for a mobile clinic. Cascade Medical is pursuing grant funds, both private and federal, for the remaining 84% of the costs.

A mobile clinic is an important way for Cascade Medical to go beyond the walls of the clinic to help those who face barriers to care related to cost, time, transportation and language.

CMF is asking for your help. Please go to our website, and click the donate button. Your donation will be doubled through by a CMF match.

In these unprecedented times, impacted by the presence of COVID-19, it is more important than ever to help everyone access healthcare resources. Thus, the time is right and the need is critical to have a mobile clinic in the Upper Valley.

For more information, visit the CMF website or contact Marlene Farrell, CMF Coordinator at 548-2523 or


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