About the SSJ Health Foundation
Charitable organization supporting the St. John Bosco Clinic, a free clinic serving uninsured and underserved children and adults in Miami-Dade County.
To provide compassionate and philanthropic support for the health care ministry of the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine, Florida, to the uninsured and underserved in the Miami-Dade community.
To preserve the enduring presence of the St. John Bosco Clinic in Miami-Dade County as long as there are underserved children and adults without access to healthcare.
“I thank St. John Bosco Clinic for the invaluable help they have offered me and my family through their generosity without any cost to us. Health has such an impact on all people and for those of us who seek care at the clinic we are grateful for the care, the understanding, the patience and the support the clinic and its personnel and volunteers offer us with courtesy and dedication.”
“St. John Bosco Clinic has been of great help to me. Here I have been received with kindness and respect. All staff works with love and professionalism. It is a blessing to have the services offered by St. John Bosco Clinic in our community.”
“God bless the clinic and all those who work behind the scenes and through their financial support, time and effort without expecting anything in return make this possible…blessings.”
We support the
St. John Bosco Clinic
At St. John Bosco Clinic those we serve have different life stories, faces, and nationalities. They are the young, old, working poor and the unemployed, but they share one very similar need; the need for healthcare and difficulty meeting that need for themselves and their families. We are solely funded through the generosity of our community partners, and philanthropic individuals, corporations, and foundations that recognize the great need in our community and the true difference their support can make.
IN 2016 WITH YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT
St. John Bosco Clinic
was able to serve our community
Increase in new patients
Hours of service from volunteer healthcare providers
Total clinic encounters
In medication assistance