HMFC Affliations and Partnerships
As a 501(c)3 organization in a rural area, Heart Mountain Free Clinic (HMFC) depends on partnerships and affiliations to be successful. We proudly post information here about the wonderful organizations and coalitions that support our work.
Northwest Wyoming Poverty Alleviation Coalition
The Foundation for the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming
Yellowstone Behavioral Health
Volunteers in Medicine (VIM)
HMFC partners with Yellowstone Behavioral Health (YBH) to provide Mental Health patients with evaluations and treatment.
HMFC partners with NW WY PAC to oversee and support many of the programs HMFC provides- The Poverty Simulations, The Building a Brighter Future Today classes, and the Resource Champion Network.
The Foundation for the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming provides funding for the Christ Episcopal Church and HMFC partnership programs. The Poverty Simulations, The Building a Brighter Future Today classes, the Resource Champion Network are all funded by this foundation.
Advantage Rehab partners with HMFC to provide the Physcial Therapy clinics.
Canyon Therapy partners with HMFC to provide the Physcial Therapy clinics.
The Christ Episcopal Church Mission Committee through the Bargain Box provides HMFC funding to provide medications to our patients. Christ Episcopal Church and HMFC also partner to provide several programs- The Poverty Simulations, The Building a Brighter Future Today classes, and the Resource Champion Network.
The Cody Medical Foundation partners with HMFC to provide funds for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Evaluations.
The Cody Regional Health provides HMFC with space to house the clinics. They also provide free labs and x-rays for patients. CRH, Behavioral Health also provides substance abuse evaluations.
The Soroptimist International of Cody provides funds to support women with free medical care.
Veritatis Splendor Counseling
HMFC partners with Veritatis Splendor Counseling to provide Mental Health evaluations and treatment. Natasha McColl volunteers to come to the clinic on Thursday evenings to encourage patients, who score high on a depression scale, to seek treatment.
HMFC is a member of the Volunteers in Medicine (“VIM”) Alliance. The Free Clinic was modeled after the original idea of Dr. Jack McConnell who began the first Volunteers in Medicine clinic in Hilton Head, SC in 1992. VIM is a national network of free clinics that use retired and practicing medical professionals and community volunteers to provide healthcare to the uninsured. There are currently 74 clinics in the VIM program nationwide.
HMFC is partnering with St. John's Episcopal Church to fund an expansion of services throughout the Big Horn Basin area. With funding from the Foundation for the Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming HMFC will be able to serve more people in the Basin than ever before.
St John's Episcopal Church