Kentucky Mountain Health Alliance, Inc.

Member of the Council badgeKentucky Mountain Health Alliance, Inc, (KMHA) is a private non-profit organization, which provides primary and specialty care services to homeless, those at risk for homelessness, low income, uninsured and underinsured individuals from Perry County, Kentucky and the surrounding area. KMHA., dba Little Flower Clinic strives to provide quality medical care, oral health care, case management, transportation and an overall improved experience for patients and their families in ways that demonstrate our commitment to rural health care.

We are so fortunate to have such an engaging and active community. Over the past decade we have counted on our Board of Director Members, Advisory Board Members, mentors, volunteers, local, state and federal agencies that have invested their time, energy and funds into our programs! Together, we are effecting change! It is a privilege for us to have great partners in many programs that benefit the community. We are honored to work with them and to serve patients and families throughout the region. Their dedication and financial support have enabled us to achieve the goals for all our services! I appreciate and am forever grateful for YOU!


Primary care is available at Little Flower Clinic and Clover Fork Clinic. Referrals are made for specialty and  inpatient care. Lab and ancillary services are available on-site. Pharmacy is provided on site at primary care clinics.  Mental health and substance abuse treatment are provided through Kentucky River Community Care and  Cumberland River Comprehensive Care. Asthma, Basic Needs, Behavioral Health Care Services, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Cancer Screening, Case Management/Social Services, Chronic Bronchitis/Emphysema, Dental Care, Diabetes Testing/Care, Flu Vaccinations, Health/Nutritional Education, Immunizations, Labs, Medications/Prescription, Mental Health Counseling, Outreach, Physical Exams, Primary Health Care, Referrals for Specialty Care, Smoking Cessation, Substance Abuse Treatment, TB screening/education, Treatment of Acute Illness, Treatment of Chronic Illness,


Linkages include Department for Community Based Services, University of KY, Kentucky River Community Care, Department for Employment Services, LKLP Community Action, Appalachian Regional Healthcare, Hazard Perry Housing Alliance, Southeast Area Health Education, Rotary Clinic, Hazard Housing Authority, Master's Lambs Ministries, Family First Ministries, Lions Club, Cumberland River Care, Harlan County Community Action, Clover  Fork Primary Care, Family Resource Youth Service, Christian Outreach with Appalachian People, schools, community colleges, and local health and police departments.


Estimated homeless population: 5,000

Patients served: 2,500


Clover Fork Clinic

PO Box 39, 101 Chad Street Evarts, KY 40828 
Britt Lewis
(606) 837-2108

Hazard Clinic 

271 East Main Street Hazard, KY 41701
Annie Williams
(606) 439-1316
Kentucky River Community Care, Inc.
115 Rockwood Lane Hazard, Kentucky 41701
Louise Howell

Primary Care Centers of Eastern Kentucky

145 Citizens Lane Hazard, KY 41701 
Barry Martin 
(606) 439-1300 
(606) 439-1400