Supporting Virginia's Free and Charitable ClinicsVAFCC is happy to provide a robust online member center for the staff, board members, and key volunteers at our member clinics as a benefit of membership in the association. Members are required to login to access this area (login is accessible in the upper, right-hand corner). We also offer multiple training and educational opportunities to our members including the following annual events:
- Executive Directors Conference - held in the spring, this event is the premier educational and networking meeting for the leaders of Virginia’s free and charitable clinics, this intimate and exclusive event features clinic leadership from our 60+ member clinics.
- Virtual Summit - held in the summer, this event provides increased access to online learning and educational opportunities for volunteers and staff within our member clinics via a diverse array of content tracks.
- Annual Conference - held in the fall, this event is the premier educational and networking meeting for Virginia’s free and charitable clinics and their safety net partners and advocates, this is VAFCC’s signature event involving over 200 event attendees.
If you are a current clinic member, please login to access the VAFCC Member Center (login is accessible in the upper, right-hand corner). If you have forgotten your username/password, you can retrieve by clicking here. If you are a current member and they system does not recognize you, please contact Rebecca Butler at at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-340-3434.
If you are a free or charitable clinic and not a member of VAFCC, click here to learn more about joining and the benefits of membership or contact Michelle Taylor at email@example.com or at 804-340-3434.
If you are a industry supporter or community member interested in staying informed and up to date on the healthcare safety net, we encourage you to subscribe to our communications. For more information, please contact Rebecca Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-340-3434.
In you are interested in starting a free clinic, we recommend the NAFC's Volunteers in Medicine Program which helps communities start, develop and expand clinics. Support is providing through each phase of the clinic development process, from the initial feasibility study through the opening of the clinic. Expansion sites that are aligned with the VIM Model can receive assistance and educational resources to assist them in expanding their services and reach.