All Children See

Other Resources

These organizations can help refer Americans in need to other medical services.

These organizations and resources are not affiliated with All Children See or the American Association for

Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus. Nor does their inclusion imply an endorsement.

Unite for Sight

Websites that offer clinics and programs nationwide that provide free or discounted quality health care.


Hill-Burton Program 


Many hospitals and other health care facilities received federal funds under this program to meet construction and/or modernization needs. In return, these facilities are required to provide a specific amount of free or below cost health care to persons unable to pay.


Office of Minority Resources 


The mission is to improve the health of racial and ethnic populations through the development of effective health policies and programs that help to eliminate disparities in health. Provides information on various health programs.


Patient Advocate Foundation’s Co-Pay Relief 


Provides co-payment assistance for pharmaceutical products to insured Americans who financially and medically qualify.


Salvation Army 

Provides medical services for those in need. Local chapters may provide eye care assistance. 


United Way

Invests in and activates the resources to make the greatest possible impact in communities across America. Call your local United Way to find local, resources, services, and assistance.


Local/State Health and Human Services

These agencies administer programs for individuals in financial need. Call for eligibility

Current Primary Care Physician

Most physicians are familiar with local medical clinics or services. They often have working relationships with specialists and may be able to refer patients to a colleague.