Valley Vista Care Center
Valley Vista Care Services offers a variety of long-term care options for seniors and the disabled of the area, including a 70-bed care center, 16-bed assisted living cottage care as well as an assortment of home care options. Valley Vista at this time, also offers the only state-approved Behavior Management program for residents with special behavior needs such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington disease. Valley Vista Care Corporation is a locally owned and operated, non-profit, Christian organization dedicated to delivering the highest quality care possible.
St. Maries Volunteer Community Clinic
A Community Supported Health Clinic, St. Maries Volunteer Community Clinic provides care for serious and chronic health problems for individuals of limited financial means within the St. Maries, Idaho area. The Clinic is a non-profit, 501©3 Corporation that was established in September, 2000.
St. Maries residents, and those in the surrounding area, without health insurance, Medicaid, Medicare or the ability to pay for health care are eligible for Clinic services.
We are unable to provide care for: cuts, broken bones, mental illness, pregnancy, vision exams, dental care, testing for STD’s, immunizations or family planning. We will make every attempt to provide you with community resources for these concerns.
HOURS OF THE CLINIC: Open every Monday evening from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm on a “first come, first served basis” and closed on major holidays.
LOCATION: The Clinic is held at Panhandle Health District, 711 Jefferson Ave., St. Maries.
COST: The Clinic operates with a volunteer staff of medical professionals and office workers. As a patient, you will be asked to donate a minimal amount for your care. Donations range from $1.00 to $10.00 based on your gross income. Assistance with medication, diagnostic tests and counseling is available by referral from our medical care providers.
HOW TO VOLUNTEER: If you are interested in volunteering, please contact (208) 245-9819.