October 2023 Newsletter

Hundreds of patients came out for this year’s Remote Area Medical clinic.

Our team was proud to partner with Remote Area Medical—RAM ®—once again—to hold a free pop-up clinic offering quality dental, medical, and vision care to our community. Thanks to our dedicated army of volunteers, we provided more than 300 medically-underserved members of our community with vital healthcare services which they may otherwise have been unable to access.  Special thanks to Paul Greco, owner of Sam’s Uptown Cafe, for supplying fantastic food for our hardworking providers over this two-day event!

WV Health Right sponsors the 17th annual Trick-or-Beat event.

Trick-or-treaters (and their families) donned their spookiest costumes and flocked to Charleston’s GoMart Ballpark on October 26th for a night of free Halloween fun. 

Recognizing Breast Cancer Awareness Month 

WV Health Right offers a range of women’s health services, including mammograms, HPV screenings, pap smears, family planning, and more. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we want to remind you that early detection is key to saving lives, and our confidential care ensures that every person receives the preventative screenings and support they deserve. 

Reserve your seat at our 2023 Volunteer Appreciation Dinner today.

Tickets and sponsorships are now available for WV Health Right’s biggest event of the year! We’re excited to come together on December 3rd at the Clay Center to celebrate all of the amazing volunteers who make our mission possible, and to honor our 2023 Volunteer of the Year, Dr. Paul Legg. Join us for an evening filled with top-notch food, company, and lots of heart!


Dr. Paul Legg

Can’t attend the event? Donate now to support WV Health Right—and our inspiring “army” of volunteers—in providing free, comprehensive healthcare to our most vulnerable neighbors.

Dr. Angie Settle, CEO, and Rhonda Francis, clinical manager, present at the NAFC Charitable Healthcare Symposium in California.

Every year, the National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) brings together medical professionals and healthcare administrators from across the country for a multi-day, educational conference, with the purpose of sharing innovative ideas and learning from each other. WV Health Right was thrilled to present on how we’ve developed the CommUNITY Wellness Center to serve as a “one stop shop” for addressing social determinants of health.

While in California. . .

Angie made a pit stop in San Francisco with epidemiologist Mandy Harper for Gilead’s FOCUS program summit, where grant recipients convened to share stories and lessons learned about increasing the reach for HIV, HCV, and HBV testing and connection to care in communities across the U.S.


Demeter’s Stuffed Peppers