Please note:
We are currently looking for interpreters, medical providers, daytime eligibility volunteers and PACs (Physical Activity Counselors).
AFC is not open on weekends.
We are most in need of volunteers able to work days & evenings Thursdays.
We are also always in need of Spanish-speakers.

Volunteers are AFC’s greatest resource! We rely on more than 570 volunteers who support all aspects of our organization. The majority have worked with us for more than 5 years; many have been with AFC since its inception. The Clinic is a great – and fun – place to volunteer.

Joining our Volunteer Team!
Below is the process to become a volunteer at Arlington Free Clinic:

  • Attend one of our Community Tours, held twice monthly from 6-6:45 pm (see schedule below).
  • Stay for the 15-20 minute session after the tour to learn from our Volunteer Coordinator about our needs and requirements for volunteering.
  • Read our job descriptions and apply to become a volunteer (applications will be sent to you electronically after you have attended the Community Tour).
  • If your availability, licensure, or skills match our needs, read and sign our commitment form/volunteer handbook.
  • Attend classroom-based or on-the-job training, as needed.

*Additional Volunteer Information Session will be held on Monday, July 16, at 6pm.

Second Wednesdays Fourth Tuesdays
July 11 July 24 – NO TOUR
August 8 August 28
September 12 September 25
October 10 October 23
November 14 November 27 – NO TOUR
December 12 December 27 – NO TOUR

Individual volunteer commitments vary, but most provide 2-4 hours per month of service for at least eight months. All volunteers must adhere to AFC’s confidentiality and best-practice policies.

Contact AFC’s Volunteer Department
For more information, please contact AFC’s Volunteer Department at volunteer@arlingtonfreeclinic.org. Thank you for supporting Arlington Free Clinic!

Learn more about how to get involved with AFC…