Outreach to Granbury
From medical and vision to well woman checkups and mammograms, find out everything we have to offer in healthcare services.
Services include a weekly food pantry, parenting classes, after school programs, summer lunch programs, and more.
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Originally an off-shoot of the United Way of Hood County, Ruth's Place initially offered medical care and was located in free space generously provided by Lake Granbury Medical Center on its main campus.
Ruth's Place became a standalone non-profit organization in March of 2009. It relocated to the Oak Trail Shores subdivision in a donated single-wide mobile home, but quickly outgrew the space. In 2010, long-time community members, John & Mary Jo Hill, donated a new building located in the Granbury city limits at 1411 Crawford Avenue. The new clinic is much more centrally located within Hood County, making it more accessible to those in need.
In 2014, the main clinic was chosen to be a recipient of the prestigious Mueller, Inc. "Helping Hand" Program. A 3,200 square foot metal building was built onsite and donated to the clinic, allowing it to expand its healthcare services to include dental, vision, and counseling, in addition to the adult and pediatric medical care services.