St. Petersburg Free Clinic remains open and is committed to serving our neighbors in need during this challenging time. We are working diligently to monitor the latest guidelines from trusted organizations and we continue to take actions to minimize the risks to volunteers, staff and clients.
Please continue to monitor this page, the emails you receive from us and our Facebook page for regular updates on services we are providing, growing community needs and how we can help each other.
Looking for Help?
We Help Food Pantry
The We Help Services Food Pantry is committed to remaining open during this unprecedented health crisis. For everyone’s health and safety, we are offering pre-bagged items in an expedited manner via an outdoor mobile distribution plan (for those in cars and those on foot or bicycle). No waiting room, and no long waits. We are spacing out clients to allow appropriate distancing and ensuring the safety of all involved. All Pinellas County residents are eligible to receive food from our pantry, once per calendar month. All you need to bring is a photo ID!
New Temporary We Help Food Pantry Hours
Monday: 8:30am – 3:00pm
Tuesday: 8:30am – 3:00pm
Thursday: 8:30am – 7:00pm
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are not currently accepting new patient registrations. If you are an existing patient and need a prescription refill or need to speak with a physician or nurse, please call our office – please do not visit in person.
Hours: CALL-IN ONLY (727) 327-0333
Monday & Wednesday 8:30 am- 3:00 pm
Tuesday & Thursday 8:30 am- 7:00pm
Friday 8:30am – 11:00am
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, we are not currently accepting new dental patient registrations. If you are an existing patient and need a prescription refill or need to speak with a dentist or dental assistant, please call our office – please do not visit in person. Contact Info: 727-327-0333.
At this time, we are not accepting new applications for our Residential Programs. We are preparing the 3 locations for ‘shelter in place’ scenarios. The health and safety of our staff and current residents remain our primary concern and focus.
How You Can Help
Help St. Petersburg Free Clinic Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis in our Community.
In this challenging time, we are facing a significant increase in need among the clients we serve. Our community has already responded generously by making contributions and offering to help in any way that may be practical at this time. We are so grateful for this outpouring of support. We know we are just seeing the beginning of what will be a cascading community impact from COVID-19 and ask that everyone stay engaged by continuing to give.
As the needs of our community grow along with the unknown impacts of this global health crisis, here are FIVE things you can do:
Donate – Give today to strengthen our ability to respond to this evolving crisis and remain ready to serve the community now and in the months and days ahead. Click here to give.
Donate Food – When you’re at the grocery store, pick up an extra item that might help a neighbor in need. Tops needs are: Milk, Pasta, Cereal, Rice, Ravioli. Deliver to 863 3rd Ave N, Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm, or order from our Amazon Wish List.
Spread the Word – share our Facebook posts about the needs for funds and food.
Let Others Know Help is Here – share on Facebook or within your neighborhood network that our food pantry remains open for those who need food.
Sign Up to Volunteer – We are following CDC guidelines and asking current and prospective volunteers in high-risk groups to stay home and stay healthy. If you are willing to volunteer during this critical time, and are healthy, under 65 and have no chronic health conditions, please click HERE to complete our initial risk screening questionnaire. We cannot yet anticipate what our needs will be in the coming weeks (and months), so we are compiling a list of healthy and willing volunteers who can be on our “on call” list as the situation evolves.
Stay current on St. Petersburg Free Clinic’s ongoing response to the
COVID-19 Health Emergency. Click here for our ongoing BLOG.