Hope Clinic of McKinney

A nonprofit organization

$81,555 raised by 68 donors

100% complete

$70,000 Goal

Hope Clinic of McKinney is a FREE medical, vision, and behavioral health clinic serving low-income, uninsured Collin County families. Our vision is to continue being the full-time medical home for over 1,000 uninsured residents as we strive to create a space where everyone is treated with dignity, respect and love.  Our desire is provide care holistically — healing the body, mind and soul – and we endeavor to give the same caliber of care as offered in doctors’ offices across the community.

While Hope Clinic does not charge a fee for its services, patients are asked to participate in their care by donating a suggested $20 to help cover the costs of the next patient coming through the clinic’s doors. Hope has found that this practice preserves patients’ dignity and investment in care. No patient, however, is ever denied services based on their inability to make a donation.

Our services include annual exams, sick visits, chronic disease management, well-woman exams, and labs, all of which are administered by licensed, certified physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and phlebotomy technicians. In 2022, Hope Clinic provided a total of 3,161 primary care patient visits and currently, we have over 1,049 patients actively enrolled.  To date, we've scheduled over 10,750 patient appointments!

We also provide assistance with medication costs through a tiered payment system, in which the clinic pays part or all of a prescription based on the patient’s household income compared to the FPL. Through a partnership with a local pharmacy, McKinney Cares, Hope Clinic has provided free and low-cost prescriptions to most of the over 2,700 patients since the inception of this program. 

Hope Clinic works with volunteers to provide specialist clinics or see our patients in their offices, including:  Gynecology, Chiropractic, Pain Management, Optometry, Mental Healthcare, and both emergency and preventative Dental Support.  

The lack of health insurance keeps many from seeking health care services and preventive care. People who are uninsured or underinsured are more than twice as likely to report going without needed care because of costs.  Did you know that roughly 30% of ER visits among patients with chronic conditions are potentially unnecessary, leading to $8.3 billion in additional costs, for the healthcare industry?  The high and continually rising housing costs in Collin County have led to a growing transient population who frequently uses emergency departments for care.  The highest rate of ER use has come from Hope Clinic’s service zip code (75069). These unreimbursed costs could be passed down to taxpayers through property taxes and increased health insurance rates. We have determined that a typical Hope Clinic patient appointment costs $125, as compared to $2,600 for an ER visit.  If you consider that in 2022,  71% of our patients (516 patients) said they decreased their ER visits by at least one time since coming to Hope Clinic, we estimate that we’ve saved our community over $1,341,600!

 Won't you help Hope Clinic reduce costly ER visits through increased access to quality primary healthcare, thereby promoting the prudent use of community health resources?  We appreciate your consideration and support!  

Give any amount before 1 pm on 9.21 and you'll be entered to win a YETI Cooler valued at $275, courtesy of our friends at blockit!

Giving Activity


Hope Clinic exists to share the love of Christ by partnering with our community to provide free, quality, compassionate health care to our medically underserved neighbors.


Besides consistent financial and in-kind support, Hope Clinic is built on a volunteer model requiring the generous donation of time and talents from not only medical professionals, but also Interpreters, Christian Patient Advocates, Front Desk Support Staff, and many others. These volunteers are crucial to providing all that is needed for our patients. Anyone interested in volunteering is encouraged to review our Volunteer Information page (www.hopeclinicmckinney.org/volunteer) to learn more!

In addition, Hope Clinic appreciates being the recipient of clinic supply drives hosted by community organizations, businesses, churches and individuals. We offer a "Wall of Fun" to our patients, for them to choose whatever personal hygiene necessities needed at the time of their appointment. We also need a variety of medical supplies to use in treating patients.

And finally, many businesses, organizations, churches and individuals assist us in thanking our 100+ volunteers by providing meals, snacks or other gifts of appreciation.

Equity Statement

Hope Clinic of McKinney is founded upon living out the gospel of Christ and offering quality health care to our most economically vulnerable neighbors while seeking a culture of diversity, belonging, and self-reflection.

Since 2017, it has been our goal to be centered on Christ, recognized by our love for one another and for our most vulnerable neighbors. Our clinic has embraced a set of Biblical values that provide a foundation and continued guidance towards our mission. We are dedicated to being a unified, not uniformed community -- characterized by mutual respect and committed to love, justice, humility, and a genuine desire to glorify God. We have seen first-hand the disparate realities that marginalized groups of people, all loved by God, experience.

We believe that:

• All are image-bearers of God.

• All are equally valued and loved by Him.

• All have a role in serving God’s purposes and reflecting His magnificent kingdom.

We encourage all working or volunteering in our clinic to:

• Address systems, structures and cultural norms that have contributed to oppression by building genuine community through the power of the Holy Spirit.

• Love our neighbors as ourselves by being vigilant in identifying and addressing systemic inequities in our clinic in honest and restorative ways.

• Acknowledge the suffering of all oppressed, marginalized, and minimalized and by doing so, allowing the things that break God’s heart to break ours.

• Elevate the contributions of under-represented minorities and people of color by creating environments that solicit and encourage the perspectives, insights, and cultural contributions of all, as image bearers of God.

• Give preference to others above ourselves, listening and empathizing in humility, not thinking of one’s self more highly than another.

• Actively seeking honest, transparent relationships with people different than ourselves, and that ultimately reflect God’s kingdom.

We commit, as an organization to:

• Attract and develop a diverse and talented Board, Staff, and Volunteers.

• Proactively engage all staff in learning by providing opportunities that address unconscious biases and encourage self-reflection.

Organization Data


Organization name

Hope Clinic of McKinney

Tax id (EIN)




Health Care, Mental/Behavioral Health, Religion/Spiritual Focus

Operating Budget

$500,000 - $999,999

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Native American

BIPOC Leadership


Equity Statement

Equity Statement


103 E Lamar St
McKinney, TX 75069



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