Open Arms Free Clinic (OAFC) is the first and only volunteer-driven medical and supportive care clinic in Walworth County serving low-income and uninsured residents with primary medical, dental, vision, behavioral health, lab, and pharmaceutical assistance.
205 E. Commerce Ct., Unit 1, Elkhorn
Open Arms Free Clinic serves residents of all ages living in Walworth County. Their goal is to keep our community healthy without economic hardship and deliver health care with compassion, dignity, and respect. All services are free for qualifying patients, and they provide primary medical care, general dentistry, and behavioral health counseling. All labs, medications, and referrals are also free. They make referrals for imaging, specialists, surgery, and more. They are not an urgent care for sore throats or broken bones. To qualify for services, a person must live or work in Walworth County, have no health insurance (or Medicaid for just dental services), and household income below 200% of the federal poverty level. The enrollment process may be started online by completing the registration form or by calling the clinic directly. Open Monday - Thursday, generally 9-5pm.
United Way of Walworth County has partnered with SingleCare to distribute prescription discount cards free-of-charge to everyone in Walworth County. SingleCare (formerly FamilyWize) provides community members with access to affordable prescription medications, ensuring greater health and financial stability. The SingleCare prescription savings card is free to use by everyone, just show it your pharmacist! Users can save up to 80% on 10,000+ prescription medications. SingleCare works whether you’re insured or underinsured - you can download and print a card on SingleCare.com or text "family" to 700700 to receive a card on your phone. Or simply download the free SingleCare mobile app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
116 N. Dodge St. Suite 8, Burlington
Aurora Health at Home is a not-for-profit agency serving eastern Wisconsin that has been committed to keeping people independent in their homes since 1907. Aurora Health at Home is taking the lead in end-of-life care, assuring that people are able to complete their life’s journey with dignity and compassion, surrounded by loved ones whose needs are also being met.
For support or to join, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 262-741-9146
EASD Resiliency Coalition, in partnership with Elkhorn Area School District, is a group of community volunteers who are committed to building a stronger partnership together by increasing awareness and developing a skill set in the area of social emotional wellness.
IMPACT helps people take the first step toward changing their life, for good. We guide those experiencing personal crisis to stabilizing resources and collaborate with community partners to foster system improvement through: Comprehensive assessment of complex problems; Expert navigation and connection to appropriate resources; Data analysis, planning and process evaluation.
Human trafficking is present in all Wisconsin counties. Join the Movement is based in Walworth County advocating for victims and focusing on teaching prevention through outreach to middle and high school students. JTM brings education to the ground level by working with local law enforcement, hospitals and clinics, churches and schools.
Mt. Zion House is a residential rehabilitation facility in Lake Geneva which works with men caught in life-controlling addictions to find freedom through faith in Christ. The residents get into stable employment and learn to apply Biblical principles in their life decisions.
20 N. Church St., Elkhorn
New Beginnings APFV provides comprehensive, compassionate support and services to people affected by domestic abuse, sexual violence, stalking, harassment, and human trafficking. This includes crisis intervention, safety planning, legal advocacy, individual counseling, housing advocacy, children’s services, support groups, medical advocacy, and information and referral to other relevant community resources.
824 E. Geneva St., Delavan
New Day Clinic provides wrap around care to women and families before, during, and after a pregnancy. Their team is dedicated to walking through life’s challenges with each individual and connecting them in a personal way to resources that will empower, enrich, and equip them for their journey.
SFFC engages a network of highly screened and trained volunteers who serve as host families (open their homes to children from families in need of additional support), family friends (provide mentoring/emotional support to families), family coaches (assist parents to meet their goals) and resource friends (provide goods/services for families receiving services).
N2666 County Road K, Darien
Special Methods in Learning Equine Skills, (SMILES) provides equine assisted activities and therapies such as therapeutic horseback riding as well as unmounted activities for children and adults with disabilities. Services are available to anyone four years and older regardless of the type of disability. SMILES is always in need of volunteers to help lead horses and sidewalk in classes. The minimum age to volunteer is 15. All training is provided, and no horse experience is required.
W4063 Hwy NN, Elkhorn
The Tree House strives to bring child abuse awareness, training, education, prevention programs, and outreach for children, families, schools and community agencies in our area as well as provide support for the Child Advocacy Center of Walworth County.
TRIAD provides EZ ID services to children, vulnerable adults, and seniors at risk of wandering at no cost. TRIAD also provides education to seniors in the community.
WALCO DAC aims to provide prevention efforts, education and community awareness to residents of Walworth County on alcohol, drugs and tobacco with great transparency with the hopes of increasing understanding and reducing stigma. WALCO DAC is the only free Narcan provider in Walworth County.
Narcan nasal spray is a brand of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug that is used to reverse the effects of an overdose from opioids. You can pickup a free dose of Narcan at
Open Arms Free Clinic during their clinic hours. M 9-4, T & W 9-5, or Th 9-6.
Or send an email to schedule a training: