Our Community Collaborators

MOC is supported by the UF College of Medicine, UF Department of Community Health and Family Medicine, Alachua County Board of County Commission’s Community Health Offering Innovative Care & Educational Services (CHOICES) Program, generous donations from UF Pre-Health Honor Society (AED) and other financial supporters and volunteers.

MOC is also one of the primary founding members of the Alachua County Safety Collaborative. Founding members of the Safety Net Collaborative are highlighted in the list of active members below.

ACORN Clinic

Strives to improve the health of rural communities in North Central Florida through high-quality, patient-centered care, community partnerships service learning and volunteerism.


Helping Hands Clinic

Seeks to improve the physical and mental well-being of the homeless and poor by: delivering comprehensive health care, sensitizing providers to the special needs of the homeless and engaging the community in meaningful contribution.

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare

Strives to promote the health, recovery, and well-being of those affected by mental illnesses and substance use disorders through prevention, coordinated treatment, and supportive services.


Rural Women’s Health Project

The mission of the RWHP is to work with rural communities to strengthen their capacity to overcome barriers to health justice.

We Care

Provides access to necessary volunteer medical and dental services for uninsured residents with low income.

Please contact each organization directly for more information regarding their programs or if you would like to make a donation. Please also considering donating items to Advocates for World Health, who strives to achieve higher quality of lives abroad through access to healthcare. By redirecting usable medical supplies and equipment to foreign health care providers instead of disposing or wasting them, AWH is lowering overhead cost, improving access to health care, strengthening the health care delivery system, and engaging in eco-friendly practices. The recipients of their containers are spread across the globe. Arrangements can be made to have your donated items picked up or delivered at no cost to you.


  • Florida Free and Charitable Clinics: a not-for-profit 501c3 organization currently headquartered in Miami, represents and supports Florida’s free and charitable clinics and networks through public policy advocacy, funding and resource development, knowledge exchange, data collection and research, and marketing.
  • Mobile Healthcare Association: produces strategic initiatives that complement advancing access to healthcare on a continuing basis and in times of national emergency disaster, as well as, acknowledge successful mobile health leadership and explore creative paradigms that expand the vision of Mobile Healthcare.
  • Approved Facility in an Area of Critical Need: Shortage designations are used to improve access to primary care, dental, and mental health providers.