Good Samaritan Clinic seeks love offerings
When Rebecca Elliott first moved to Haywood County with her family more than five years ago, she often worried about where they would go if one of them got sick.
They couldn’t afford health insurance or to pay a doctor out of pocket, which meant their options were to wait it out, or head to the emergency room. But that was before she heard about the Good Samaritan Clinic.
“There were many times we did not see a doctor because we’ve lived in places where there are no options,” Elliott said. “It’s thinking, ‘I know something is wrong with me. I know I need to get it fixed, but what am I going to do?’”
After hearing about GSC, a ministry offering health care to uninsured and low-income adults in Haywood County, Elliott realized she didn’t have to worry anymore.
“To take away that fear away ...