Our Impact

Since inception, the Clinic has provided clinical and outreach services to more than 35,000 women.

In the last year

The Clinic provided 5,936 clinical visits for 2,702 low-income Bay Area women and girls.

Outreach staff and volunteers engaged in 4,658 encounters with homeless and marginally housed clients. They distributed 540 kits with supplies for safer sex and drug use, served 4,600 meals, and provided over 1,250 pairs of socks and coats.

100+ volunteer Health Workers donated 11,857 hours of their time to provide Clinical services to our clients, at an in-kind value of $228,923.

And, 96% of departing Clinic volunteers entered programs to continue their educations in the health professions.

Our WAHT (Western Addition Health Training) program combines health workforce training with community outreach among the Black community in San Francisco’s Western Addition neighborhood. From community-based workshops to internships at Women’s Community Clinic, WAHT delivers direct health services in conjunction with education, mentorship, and leadership training.

As part of our work in and with the Western Addition community, Women’s Community Clinic proudly participates in a variety of local events. Since 2012, we’ve participated in Generations: Black LGBTIQQ Experiences, an annual event that celebrates the lives of Black LGBTIQQ people with an art gallery, live music, food, readings, and free HIV/STI testing. Every year, our staff and volunteers provide health education information and free HIV tests at this festive community celebration. The Clinic is also proud to be part of the yearly Mo’ Magic Health Fair, a back-to-school event that highlights the work of local community organizations — and provides every child over 5 with a brand-new backpack full of school supplies!

Read more about our impact in our 2016-17 Annual Report.

Hear what our clients, volunteers, and clinicians have to say about the Clinic:

Since the Clinic’s founding in 1999

We’ve trained over 900 health worker volunteers to provide outreach, administrative, and clinical services.

A recent survey reveals that many of our alumnae volunteers continue to feel the positive effects of their volunteer experience at the Clinic.

  • 83% of alumnae see their Clinic experience as extremely valuable
  • 97% percent would recommend the Clinic’s Health Worker volunteer program to their friends

More than 60% of our Health Worker volunteers go on to pursue advanced degrees in health related fields. Learn about our Health Worker Program.

We could not do our work without the generous contributions from our community.

Make your tax-deductible contribution today to help provide life-changing health care to Bay Area women and girls and hands-on training to the next generation of health care leaders and advocates.

Read our annual report.