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A Day in the Life of a One-Day Free Clinic

Hundreds of employed uninsured receive needed medical care — from hundreds of volunteers

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Return to the main story: Learn more about the National Association of Free Clinics and the clinic event pictured above by reading "Uninsured and Want Medical Care?"

Offer your help: Interested medical and non-medical volunteers can find information about upcoming clinics at the NAFC's events page. To learn about other types of charitable and volunteer activities, visit AARP's Giving Back channel.

Find help: Uninsured individuals and families seeking free or low-cost medical care can find local referrals at freeclinic.org or the government website Find a Health Center. Information about accessing insurance and health care services can be found in AARP's Health Care Reform channel and through AARP's Benefits QuickLINK program.

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