Senior Friendship Health Centers –Restoring Hope One Patient at a Time

The Senior Friendship Health Center (SFHC) was established in Collier County in 1985 to serve the medical and dental needs of low-income older adults.

Our patients are age 50+ who live at 200% or less of the Federal Poverty level, thereby living on less than $24,120 per year. Our center provides care to patients that have very few places to turn for services after they pay for housing, food, or transportation. Our medical and dental providers are retired volunteers in their specialized field and embrace the belief that all people should have the dignity and quality of life throughout the journey of aging.
Most of our patients come to us in a state of decline, unable to maintain good health and general wellness. Diabetes, hypertension, COPD, congestive heart failure and obesity are common conditions among our patients. Many arrive in crisis, dependent on costly emergency room care and unable to manage rising health care and medication costs. While we do not offer chronic pain management, but we are here to help with a broad array of other specialized services.
Each year over 2,000 patient visits, lives are changed, cancers are detected, smiles are returned and hope is restored for adults 50 and older in Collier County. We are not a walk-in clinic, but we offer a “Continuum of Care”, simply put, we help patients get their health—and their lives— back on track.

Editor’s Note: For more information visit us online at or call us 239.566.7425. The clinic is lcoated at 2355 Stanford Court, #701, Naples, FL 34112.