Our Partners

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Our Partners

JaxCareConnect

A Project of the Duval Safety Net Collaborative

When you become a JaxCareConnect patient, you will be matched to receive primary care at one of the following participating health centers, based on your particular healthcare needs and location.

Our Vision: Every resident of Duval County will have access to high quality, comprehensive healthcare regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.

Agape Community Health Center, Inc. / Agape Family Health strives to be an accessible, family-centered and affordable health center with a focus to provide comprehensive, compassionate and preventative Primary and Specialty Care from birth to adulthood.  Agape promotes a culturally effective environment where the family and child's culture, language, beliefs and traditions are recognized, valued and respected. Their clinics provide comprehensive healthcare services with compassion and love to the entire community. Agape strives to provide care that is unconditional, of high quality, and readily accessible. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on the patient’s ability to pay, and all insurances are accepted. Agape Health Centers are classified as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that serve medically underserved areas and populations.

WestJax Outreach / Community Health Outreach serves those in need through the scriptural call to feed the hungry, heal the sick, and clothe those in need, with medical and dental services, a food assistance program, and maternal and children’s health support program. Services are provided free of charge to those living at 200% or less of Federal Poverty Level (FPL).

MASS Clinic aims to provide free social and medical service to anyone in need, regardless of age, race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or religious belief. MASS operates in a manner that reflects the moral values of Islam and correlates to the ethical foundations prevalent in America. Services are provided free of charge to those living at 200% or less of FPL.

Mission House empowers individuals affected by homelessness in the Beaches area by providing food, clothing, medical care, and support services with an avenue to self-sufficiency. Services are provided free of charge to those living at 200% or less of FPL.

Sulzbacher empowers homeless and at-risk women, children and men through healthcare, housing and income services that give them hope and helps them become self-sufficient. Their Health Centers are funded through the Health Resources and Services Administration and offers comprehensive healthcare to anyone in the community needing care. Sulzbacher’s Health Centers are classified as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that serve medically underserved areas and populations. Services are provided on a sliding fee scale based on the patient’s ability to pay, and all insurances are accepted.

Volunteers in Medicine Jacksonville, Inc. is a free healthcare clinic that provides outpatient primary and specialty medical services to Northeast Florida’s WORKING, low-income, uninsured adults. VIM seeks to improve the health of the Northeast Florida community by providing free outpatient medical services to those who are employed but cannot afford health insurance or health care for themselves and their families. Eligibility extends to those at 250% of FPL or below.

WeCareJax improves healthcare access by developing and coordinating a community-wide network of specialty medical volunteers and donated healthcare services to compassionately care for adult residents of Duval County who are uninsured, living at 200% or less of FPL and are referred by a primary care provider.

Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)-serves all income levels with or without insurance

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2021 FEDERAL POVERTY LEVELS

Size of Household 150% monthly 150% yearly 200% monthly 200% yearly 250% monthly 250% yearly
1 $1,610 $19,320 $2,147 $25,760 $2,683 $32,200
2 $2,178 $26,130 $2,903 $34,840 $3,629 $43,550
3 $2,745 $32,940 $3,660 $43,920 $4,575 $54,900
4 $3,313 $39,750 $4,417 $53,000 $5,521 $66,250
5 $3,880 $46,560 $5,173 $62,080 $6,467 $77,600
6 $4,448 $53,370 $5,930 $71,160 $7,413 $88,950
7 $5,015 $60,180 $6,687 $80,240 $8,358 $100,300
8 $5,583 $66,990 $7,443 $89,320 $9,304 $111,650