Care, Concern, Compassion
CONTACT US: 706.865.1223


Community Helping Hands Clinic, Inc. provides primary health care to patients with chronic and sub-acute health problems that are over the age of eighteen. 

Our services include laboratory monitoring, electrocardiograms, as well as some imaging procedures for:

  • COPD/Asthma
  • Hypertension
  • Hyperlipidemia
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Hyper/Hypothyroidism
  • Cardiovascular Disease

Community Helping Hands Clinic, Inc. will NOT provide:

  • Urgent/Emergent Care Services
  • HIV/AIDS Managements
  • Chronic Pain Management (Requiring use of controlled substances)
  • Mental Health Services
  • Reproductive Health Services For Women
  • Care normally provided by specialists

 We also provide access to limited dental and eye care.

Services are provided by health care professionals and dedicated members of the community.  While laboratory samples can be collected on site, testing will be done by an outside laboratory.  Imaging will be done at a regional center that has agreed to accept our patients in their indigent care program.  Pharmaceutical assistance will be offered through use of generic, low cost medications or through Patient Assistance Program sponsored by pharmaceutical companies.


To be eligible to receive care at Community Helping Hands Clinic, Inc., an applicant must be a resident of White County, be over the age of two years, have a family income of less than 150% of the current Federal Poverty Level, and cannot have, nor qualify for Medicaid, Peach Care, Medicare or any other form of health care insurance.  Proof of residence and income are required.


Applicants must complete an application in person by scheduled appointment.  The applicant will need to provide financial information as well as information about past medical history.  Currently, eligibility appointments are offered one day a week.  Clinic hours are scheduled one evening each week.  Please call 706-865-1223 to schedule an appointment.