To provide access to health care and basic human services to Goochland County residents who are in need of assistance.
For all Goochland residents to thrive physically, emotionally, and socially.
Health – Individuals have access to quality health care and dental services.
Hunger – Families have access to healthy food.
Housing – Safe and stable housing keeps families independent in their community.
Safety – Families live in a home free from violence.
1952 – Goochland Fellowship and Family Services is founded by a small group of women committed to providing assistance to individuals and families not eligible for state or federal help. A house and property on River Road West is donated to the Fellowship in order to provide services to community members most in need.
1998 – Free Clinic of Goochland is founded by a group of parishioners from St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in response to the health care crisis that exists for many individuals who cannot obtain health insurance.
2007 – Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services incorporates when the Fellowship and Free Clinic merge in order to better serve the citizens of Goochland County in the most cost efficient way possible.