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InHealth Community Clinics needs funding help
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The InHealth Community Clinics of Boscobel would like to take the opportunity to thank the public for the continued support and to assure the area we plan to remain open to serve our patients.

Recently a letter was mailed to donors to ask for emergency funding for both of the InHealth Clinics; to help continue to grow and meet the original mission of free medical care for the community.

 The Administration for the InHealth Clinics is currently in the process of writing grants that will hopefully enable sustainability. Unfortunately, these grants take time to process and come to fruition. It is possible that the clinic would not see the benefits of any of these grants until fall or winter of this year.

The clinic will serve an average of 2,000 residents in the Crawford and Grant counties each year. The cost of running the clinics on average is about $60 per patient visit or $200,000 per year.

This service is made possible only with donations and grants for the medical clinic.

The responsibility to the community and mission has prompted the closing of the Thrift Shop and there will be soon be an auction of goods donated by the community to assure we are able to continue the opportunity to serve the patients.

Donations and support have always helped the  InHealth Community Clinics, and with help,  the clinics will be able to continue to serve patients.

The medical clinic remains open every Monday night from 4:30 to 8 p.m. and every first and third Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon.

Call 608-375-4324 for the medical clinic and 608- 485-3047 for the Dental Clinic. Currently the Dental clinic is taking appointments for dentures, extractions, and emergencies.

The clinic looks forward to partnering with the communities and friends. Donations can be sent to InHealth Community Wellness Clinic PO Box 35, Boscobel WI, 53585.