The Lloyd F. Moss Free Clinic provides medical and dental care at no charge to low-income, uninsured, underinsured and underserved adults primarily through the use of volunteer health care professionals and partnerships with other health providers. The Clinic provides primary and preventive care, treatment for chronic diseases, specialty care, annual exams for women, and mental health services. Care is provided by volunteer health care professionals, supplemented by the Clinic’s on-staff nurse practitioners. Health and wellness programs are offered weekly to meet the advanced needs of its patients and to promote patient involvement in improving their own health. All services are by appointment, with limited walk-in slots for existing Clinic patients on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Patients must live in the City of Fredericksburg or in one of these Counties: Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania, or Stafford. They must be Uninsured or enrolled in Virginia Medicaid. Patients must live in a household with income of less than 300% of the Federal Poverty guidelines.
The Alabama Therapeutic Education Facility (ATEF) helps prepare participants to transition from incarceration to re-entry. It is a residential facility that provides comprehensive behavioral, vocational and educational services to prepare incarcerated people to enter the Work Release Program.