Christ by providing high quality healthcare and related services to refugees and other underserved populations.
families spiritually, physically & socially through the gospel, health services, education and other resources that promote self-sufficiency.
medical & non-medical volunteers to experience the blessing that can only come from serving others.
Photo Credit: Mary Kang Photography
UPDATE MARCH 19, 2020: In response to COVID-19, Hope Clinic remains open limited hours each week to see current patients only. Current patients must text or call to make an appointment at 512-766-9979. No walk-in patients will be seen. All patients will be screened for symptoms of COVID-19.
Volunteers are limited to credentialed providers and nurses. No non-medical volunteer personnel needed at this time. Everyone please practice social distancing and thorough hand washing to help flatten the curve of transmission. Pray for the safety and health of all our frontline medical people. Sending love and prayers for peace to you all. Gloria, Jodi, Amy and the Board of Hope Clinic