Services

WV Health Right cares for adult patients who either have no health insurance or have Medicaid/Medicare. We use the skills of physicians, dentists, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other medical professionals who volunteer their time and talents. Patients must qualify for services and are seen free of charge.

WV Health Right provides comprehensive primary and specialty care to more than 40,000 uninsured and medically underserved patients. Patients with diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular, and other chronic diseases have regularly scheduled access to medical supervision and medications while patients with acute illness receive care on a non-emergency basis both on-site and at volunteer specialists’ offices.

Medical Volunteer
West Virginia Health Right Staff
Medical Volunteer
West Virginia Health Right Staff
Medical Volunteer
West Virginia Health Right Staff

Behavioral Health

We offer an array of behavioral health services at our main clinic and both the Covenant House and West Side clinic locations.

Birth Control

WV Health Right offers a range of birth control options for individuals ages 12 and older.

COVID-19 Testing & Vaccines

COVID-19 vaccinations and tests are available at all WV Health Right locations free of charge.

Dental Care

The primary goal of our dental clinic is the elimination of pain and infection.

Health Education

We offer health education classes to provide the clinic’s patients with self-management techniques that promote personal responsibility for health improvement.

HIV Prevention

PrEP is available for eligible patients.

LGBTQIA+ Health

Our EquaHealth program is a specialty clinic focusing on the healthcare needs of the LGBTQIA+ community.

WV Health Right offers an expanded WV state-certified harm reduction program at our main clinic and Covenant House locations.

We provide a caring patient-centered system of care.

Testing and Screening

We provide a wide range of testing and screening services.

Vision Care

Our volunteer ophthalmologist and optometrist see patients for diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, eye disease, and annual dilated eye exams.