Health—General & Rehabilitative

South County Community Clinic

  • Oak Ridge North, TX
  • www.interfaithcommunityclinic.org

Mission Statement

“To improve the well being of people in our community by providing assistance and services in healthcare services that would not otherwise be accessible.”

Main Programs

  1. Medical Services
  2. Dental Services
  3. Counseling Services
Service Areas

Self-reported

Texas

Montgomery County and surrounding counties.

ruling year

1996

Principal Officer since 2011

Self-reported

Dr. Ann Snyder

Keywords

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medical, dental, health care, social services

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Also Known As

Interfaith Community Clinic

EIN

75-2634623

Physical Address

101 Pine Manor Drive

Oak Ridge North, TX 77385

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Health Treatment Facilities (Primarily Outpatient) (E30)

Counseling Support Groups (F60)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

Medical Services

The Interfaith Community Clinic provides basic medical care and preventative health care services to those in need. Individuals helped by the clinic do not have any form of medical insurance including Medicaid, Medicare, hospital District Coverage, Veterans benefits or Workers Compensation.

 

A few common medical services provided include, but are not limited to:

Treatment for common, non-emergent medical problems such as respiratory infections, allergies, urinary tract infections, muscle and joint pain, and minor injuries
Management of chronic health problems such as diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and COPD
Preventative health exams such as pap tests, mammograms, cholesterol screening, and periodic childhood immunization clinics

Category

Health Care

Population(s) Served

Adults

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Budget

Program 2

Dental Services

Basic dental care services are provided by the Interfaith Community Clinic to qualified patients who are without dental insurance. 

 

The services provided include:

Bi-Annual Dental Cleanings
Simple x-rays to diagnose problem areas
Fillings and extractions

The following procedures are not offered by the clinic at this time: partial plates, dentures, crowns, root canals, braces, or implants.

Category

Health Care

Population(s) Served

Adults

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Poor/Economically Disadvantaged, Indigent, General

Budget

Program 3

Counseling Services

The Interfaith Community Clinic offers counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Additionally, the clinic provides social service referral information.

Category

Mental Health, Substance Abuse

Population(s) Served

Adults

Children Only (5 - 14 years)

Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

Texas

Montgomery County and surrounding counties.

Funding Needs

ICC was originally conceived as a vehicle to assist those who temporarily needed assistance with their medical and dental needs while in a period of economic hardshiwith the growth of our community, the growing dilemma of the uninsured and our recent economic downturn, ICC has evolved into a primary care home for the majority of our patients. Although ICC still plays a vital role in providing short term, acute care, ICC increasingly manages long term, chronic health problems in our community.  Although clinic services are free, ICC is a charity, volunteer driven service that depends on contributions from our community in order to provide care. Clients are encouraged to make a donation to ICC, however small or large, when they are able. No clinic will be denied care if they are unable to do so. We depend on you, so you can depend on us!

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Financials

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South County Community Clinic
Fiscal year: Jan 01-Dec 31
Yes, financials were audited by an independent accountant.

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South County Community Clinic

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Dr. Ann Snyder

BIO

Ann Snyder is the President & CEO of Interfaith of The Woodlands and has served in this position since July, 2004.  Additionally, she serves as the President & CEO for The South County Community Clinic dba Interfaith Community Clinic. Snyder holds a Bachelor Degree from Colorado State University, a Masters Degree from the University of Missouri and a Doctorate of Education from Baylor University.  Ann and her husband, Jerry have two adult children.
Snyder is well known in Montgomery County for her years of service to her community. Currently, Snyder serves on the Conroe Independent School District Board of Trustees as Past President and current Second Vice President. She also serves on the St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital- The Woodlands Board of Directors, the Martin Luther King Commemorative Celebration Committee, South Montgomery Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors serving as Vice President Business Opportunities, the Grand Island Foundation Board of Trustees, and Education for Tomorrow Alliance Board of Directors.  Snyder is also a member of the Junior League of North Harris and South Montgomery Counties and serves on their Advisory Council and is a member of The Woodlands United Methodist Church and The Woodlands Rotary Club. 

Snyder has been the recipient of many honors for her service and dedication: 2000 Hometown Hero, Montgomery County Woman of Distinction, South Montgomery County People of the Year (twice), 2007 Citizen of the Year, 2007 Grand Island Education Foundation Hall of Honor, Rotary International Service Above Self, Paul Harris Award (recipient of two),  the Rotary District 5910 Hall of Fame, 2007 Junior League Sustainer of the Year, 2007  South Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year, and in 2009, she received the Drum Major Award.

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mr. Mario M Coll III

No Affiliation.

Term: Jan 2011 - Jan 2012

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