#GivingTuesday Sheep Inc Health Care Center

Through your support many uninsured people are getting the health care they desperately need.  Please help us continue to spread the love of Christ through these services in the community.

  • We need prayer support first and foremost.
  • We need the time and talents of volunteers.
  • We need financial support. As a donor based clinic, we depend on your financial donations.

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About Us

We are a faith based, free medical center showing God’s love by providing quality health care to the uninsured.


Over 80 volunteers that include Doctors, Physician Assistants, Pharmacist, Nurses and General Staff.


As a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization, we are dependent on the support from people like you!


For every $1 dollar you donate; the clinic gives $8 to $10 dollars back in free care!

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to contact us with any questions and we'll be happy to assist.


Please allow 2-3 business days for email response. You can also call direct at: (412) 310-0062



The uninsured often face unaffordable medical bills when they do seek care. According to the Kaiser Foundation, “In 2013, nearly 40% of uninsured adults said they had outstanding medical bills, and a fifth said they had medical bills that caused serious financial strain. These bills can quickly translate into medical debt since most of the uninsured have low or moderate incomes and have little, if any, savings.”
People without insurance coverage have worse access to care than people who are insured. Almost a third of uninsured adults in 2013 (30%) went without needed medical care due to cost. Studies repeatedly demonstrate that the uninsured are less likely than those with insurance to receive preventive care and services for major health conditions and chronic diseases.

Source: Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

The high cost of insurance has been the main reason why people go without coverage. In 2013, 61% of uninsured adults said the main reason they were uninsured was because the cost was too high or because they had lost their job. Many people do not have access to coverage through a job, and gaps in eligibility for public coverage in the past have left many without an affordable option. Even after ACA coverage expansions, Medicaid eligibility for adults remains limited in states that did not expand their programs.
Most of the uninsured are in low-income working families. According to the Kaiser Foundation, Nearly 8 in 10 were in a family with a worker, and nearly 6 in 10 have family income below 200% of poverty. Reflecting the more limited availability of public coverage, adults have been more likely to be uninsured than children.

No Health Insurance? No Problem!

Monroeville: Every Thursday / 5:45pm-8:30pm
Turtle Creek: Every 1st Saturday / 3:00pm-5:30pm

Come visit our FREE Clinic where you’ll be greeted by local quality health care professionals that care about your well being.

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I think we need to help people who can’t help themselves at certain points in their lives….. My belief is that the Bible commands us to do this…and if you can help people a little bit with what you can give them, it’s well worth it.
Dr. Robert Beasley