Jewish Community Free Clinic Santa Rosa, CA



The JCFC has now reached an organizational maturity that we could never have imagined 20 years ago. We have a strong and committed volunteer base, established individual and foundation donors, a dedicated staff, and an established executive leadership team that successfully provides clinical oversight and strategic development. Our board consists of a solid group of leaders who provide guidance and support.  We function as a strong organizational unit. Believing that the need for our services will remain critical, we decided last year that now is the right time to formally launch a Legacy Giving Initiative to help ensure a solid financial future for the JCFC. We have already had a few community members make the promise to include the JCFC in their legacy plan. Legacy Giving provides an organization’s supporters the opportunity to continue to support their lifetime causes through planned giving after they have departed.  We invite each of you to join us as we embark on this new JCFC fundraising endeavor.

Reach out to [email protected] to learn more. 

The JCFC is participating in the Test to Treat program and can help you access COVID-19 treatments. Getting treatment soon after testing positive can make a big difference, so call us right away at 707-585-7780. If you can’t get through to us or test positive during our closed hours, you can call the CDPH hotline below to ensure timely support. 

We are committed to providing quality care at the Jewish Community Free Clinic.
Our organization earned a 2023 Gold Rating from the National Association of
Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) Quality Standards Program.

All of our programs are now open.  We are now offering only appointment-based care. 
We no longer have drop-in services so you must call first. To speak with a member of our staff, call us at 707-585-7780.
Request a consultation by clicking on the red banner link at the top of our website.
Our current weekly hours are listed here on our schedule page
The JCFC is for everyone. Please call us for more information or to set up an appointment.

Since 2001, the Jewish Community Free Clinic (JCFC) has been providing completely free medical care to anyone in need, regardless of any discriminating factors. From our first days in a one room club-house to our fully equipped medical offices that we occupy today, the JCFC offers services to anyone in need who finds themselves without health coverage

In March of 2014 we received the donation of our own medical offices. This donation was made by a local family who understands the important role the Jewish Community Free Clinic plays in the community. This generous gift strengthens our long-term ability to ensure that no one in our community goes without affordable, quality, on-demand care.

During the past year more than 2,500 adults and children came to receive services at the JCFC. Clients come from as far as 100 miles to be seen during one of our weekly drop-in clinics. Interpreters are always available for Spanish speakers.

For more information on California’s Uninsured Populations, visit the California Healthcare Foundation.