Dothan

Samaritan Clinic

  

Samaritan Clinic


A free health, eye and dental clinic for the homeless, people living in group homes, and inmates at Houston County Community Corrections Work Release program is held every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. The clinic is located at 279 W. Main St. Suite 3. Medical professionals from Dothan volunteer their time and talent to help the homeless in our community. LIA volunteers serve dinner to the patients and pray with them. Churches and individuals provide food to serve every Thursday night. It's truly the Body of Christ working together to show the love of Jesus to the people.

Healing Body and Spirit


Something is always special about Thursday nights serving at the Samaritan Clinic at LIA. Maybe it's how medical professionals give of the talents God has blessed them with to serve the "least of these brothers of mine" as Jesus tells us in Matthew 25:40.


Maybe it's how our non-medical volunteers give of their Thursday evenings to pray with people and serve dinner.


It's all of that and more. We praise God for all of the volunteers and for the patients. It's amazing to see and hear how thankful patients are of the quality of care they receive from the medical volunteers. It's also amazing to see tears stream down the faces of people as our volunteers pray with them and to hear testimonies of how God has answered prayers and is moving in their lives.


Lives are being changed for the glory of God every Thursday night - souls saved, people encouraged and health needs met. We thank God for all He is doing.

Financial Donations Needed


If you would like to financially support the Samaritan Clinic, please make your check payable to, Samaritan Clinic, and mail it to: Samaritan Clinic, 279 W. Main St., Ste. 3, Dothan, AL 36301.


We need finances to purchase medicines, supplies and equipment, as well as to pay our utility bills.


The Samaritan Clinic is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, which means 100 percent of your donations are tax deductible.  The clinic's 501(c)3 tax-exempt number is 46-2727273.

Hands and Feet of Jesus

We thank Covenant United Methodist Church for making this video as part of their children's camp this summer. Please watch this short video. It does a great job of quickly conveying the mission of the Samaritan Clinic.

Financial need for medicines

We thank Covenant United Methodist Church for making this video as part of their children’s camp this summer. Please watch this short video to see our need for more finances to purchase much-needed medicines and cartridges to better test our diabetic patients. Please consider donating financially to the Samaritan Clinic You can mail your tax-deductible donation to: Samaritan Clinic, 279 W. Main St. Suite 3, Dothan, AL 36301.