Free basic health care services provided to Chippewa County residents who are uninsured or in some cases underinsured and have a household income of 200 percent or less of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. 


  • Starting Tuesday, November 5th, 2013, repeated every week on Tuesday @ 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm


First Presbyterian Church

130 W. Central St.
Chippewa Falls,


Jill Cooper

You are serving the most deserved people in the world and that is a wonderful thing. Being an essay writer I would definitely write about this so that the world can know about you. I want the services to be continued so that people can understand that there is still humanity present in the world.


This is really good news to the people who are getting less income. I will definitely share this new to my friends and help to get these health services. Most of the people are not willing to pay high amount of money for their health problems. I really appreciate the people who are providing these health services for free.

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If the department is not allocating the funds for the schools, I think this is the only way by which extracurricular activities can be conducted at these schools. And it was a good initiative by these people to come up with the such ideas.
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