Integrated Primary Care Behavioral Health Clinic
Charitable contributions enable Samaritan to maintain low fees for services, which means patients can access professional and affordable healthcare and counseling. Community support has been robust, but ongoing and increased donations will create the opportunity to serve more patients.
The Florida Association of Free and Charitable Clinics (FAFCC) grant, community assistance grants, and private donations account for nearly 40% of Samaritan’s revenue. The grant funds are not guaranteed from year-to-year and are not counted on to sustain our ministry and mission.
The salaries of Samaritan’s medical providers, mental health counselors, medical assistants, front desk staff, practice manager, and bookkeeper comprise the largest expense in our annual budget. Our workers are vital to the organization and to the patients we serve.