Mission: Mission of Mercy�s mobile medical clinics seek to restore dignity to the sick, poor, and homeless by providing free basic healthcare and healing through Love. This mission is accomplished primarily through a team of licensed, volunteer healthcare, administrative and hospitality workers.
Target demographics: Adults Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.) Ethnic/Racial Minorities -- General Immigrants/Newcomers/Refugees Mentally/Emotionally Disabled Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General Single Parents
Geographic areas served: Dauphin County Northern York County - Dillsburg Area Arizona Maryland Texas Cumberland County Pennsylvania
Programs: Medical/dental services and prescription medications provided at no cost to the sick, uninsured poor and homeless through mobile health clinics staffed primarily by volunteer, licensed healthcare professionals. Between july 1, 2014 and june 30, 2015 dispensed 28,727 prescriptions and had 24,999 patient visits at 20 clinics in 4 states. The organization received donated services of $1,668,863 from licensed healthcare professionals that provide the medical and dental services.
in addition to direct healthcare services provided free to patients, the community connections program connects patients with additional resources from other partner organizations, helping to promote general health literacy, disease management and prevention education, nutrition and exercise, and employment training. For example, during fy 2015, 765 arizona patients received health education/nutrition counseling; in maryland, 1,146 familes received 45,100 pounds of food (much of it fresh fruits and vegetables), and 15 people enrolled in workforce counseling services offered by workforce development and goodwill.
additionally, the organization received the use of donated facilities valued at $112,319 and donated accounting and other services of $6,057.