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Every time Carolyn takes a step forward, she’s grateful for Health Partnership Clinic. The 50-year-old Johnson Countian is 50 pounds lighter, attending community college and facing chronic pain with renewed hope.

Health Partnership is her lifeline—providing the care she needs when she needs it. Carolyn’s life has taken many twists and turns, just as Health Partnership has.

She’s been a single mother, employed, unemployed, insured and uninsured, and she’s now on disability. Through each life change, we’ve been by her side. Imagine if Health Partnership didn’t exist. Who would be there for Carolyn?

You have the opportunity to contribute to the work we do: making a critical difference in the lives of so many of Johnson County’s most vulnerable adults and children.

Our founders had the vision to see in Johnson County what most others could not: low-income working people who fell through the cracks between public and private insurance coverage. People with critical needs for primary care and no means to pay for it. Many of these people had few alternatives for acute primary care other than the emergency room. Their chronic conditions went completely unaddressed.

“Health Partnership Clinic is a crucial safety net, meeting a fundamental need that has no other solution,” says CEO Amy Falk. “More importantly, our services often make the critical difference that allows low-income people to become productive employees and fully contributing members of the community.”

Johnson County continues to buck the national trend. Although the percentage of people living in poverty is lower, it’s rising faster here than in most other places – affecting 32,440 residents or 5.6 percent of the population in 2016.

The percentages in Miami and Franklin counties are much higher. As poverty grows, so does the number of underinsured residents. In the midst of this growing need, we remain committed to our mission: Providing an integrated model of medical, dental and behavioral health care and working together with community partners to help create healthier communities.

Give BackOpportunities to Give

  • Financial Contributions: We welcome your financial contribution at any time. Recurring donations are the best way to give steady support and make a lasting impact.
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Thank you for your interest in donating to Health Partnership Clinic. We provide a number of options for supporters to give to the organization. All funds raised for HPC support our comprehensive adult and pediatric medicine and dental programs and services.

Help us create a Healthier Community. Your donation allows HPC to keep costs as low as possible in reaching the staggering number of residents in Johnson, Franklin and Miami Counties who are uninsured or experiencing financial hardship.

You can donate online or mail checks to:

Health Partnership Clinic
Development
405 S. Clairborne Rd., Ste. 2
Olathe, KS 66062

“Opening Doors” Benefit a Success

Special thanks to all those who joined us for our Opening Doors Luncheon Benefit on Nov. 8, 2018.

Nearly 140 attended, and we raised more than $45,000 to help underwrite the cost of lifesaving care for uninsured adults and children.

We are truly grateful to all our generous sponsors.

Check out all the fun and learn more about our event HERE.

To learn more about our clinic, view our video!

Opening the Doors Benefit Luncheon

Giving Options

$50 – Provide a flu vaccine for three uninsured adults.

$100 – Provide a dental screening and cleaning for one child.

$250 – Cover three counseling sessions for one teen dealing with depression.

$500 – Cover three sick child walk-in clinic visits.

$1,000 – Provide breast and cervical cancer screenings for four uninsured women.

Health Partnership Clinic is a 501 (c) 3 organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the law. You will receive a confirmation of your donation for tax purposes.

Your donation is securely processed by Blackbaud-eTapestry, with a 2.598 percent (+26 cent) transaction fee to cover credit card fees, bank fees, and other processing costs. Please consider chipping in this additional amount so 100% of your donation amount goes to us.

  • In-Kind Donations: For questions or information on how to donate in-kind gifts, please contact Catherine Rice at 913-730-3680 or crice@hpcjc.org.
  • Designated Gifts: If you would like to talk with us about a special designated gift, call Development and Marketing Manager Debbie Sparks at 913-433-7592.
  • Volunteers : We welcome non-clinical volunteers who are willing to assist in our clinics and administrative offices. Please complete this Volunteer Form, and we’ll be in touch soon.
  • Tours: To see firsthand how we’re improving health and impacting lives, schedule a tour with Development and Marketing Manager Debbie Sparks at 913-433-7592.
  • Special Events: Learn more about special events and the opportunity to participate in a more public way.