Mike’s Story.

I want to thank you for making the Victory Health Partners available to people like me. I am a Type II insulin dependent diabetic with several medical problems. I have been coming to Victory for over a year. After the loss of my insurance, I was left in a situation of survival with a potential life threatening illness if I did not have access to medical treatment as you can imagine. 

The first time I walked into Victory, I was greeted with a smile, kindness and professionalism. The front desk volunteer was helpful to me in answering my questions, and they always have been. I was treated with respect in what seemed to be lowest time of my life.

I have been impressed with the way that I have been treated by the physicians, nurses, lab personnel and pharmacist.  The doctors have gone way beyond and have helped me to secure the medications that I need for everyday. I was scared to death and the staff reassured me that I was important enough to them to help me through this hard time in my life.

I will be forever grateful for the kindness that I have been shown at Victory, but most of all I am grateful every day that I inject my insulin, take my daily medications and look at myself in the mirror that there is a place like Victory that I can depend on.

We have all been called to help those who are less fortunate and I am so thankful that there is a place called Victory Health Partners. Thank you for providing a place like this for people like me.

Be a Change Maker!

For more than 12 years, VHP has been helping the uninsured individuals of lower Alabama, Missisippi and Florida, serving more than 19,000 patients. Through the generous support of local business, individuals and grants, we’re able to fill the void that thousands of people face in our area. As we continue to grow, so does the need of support for our community. We are calling on the next generation to step up, learn about VHP and our mission and become our own army of movers, shakers and change makers.

The project’s focus is to raise much-needed awareness and generate new funding sources by engaging the next generation of givers in the Mobile and Baldwin county communities.

As a faith-based, nonprofit medical clinic, we rely solely on grants, corporate giving, and private donations, receiving no government funding for our mission. YOU – the next generation, the givers of tomorrow, will ensure our mission stays strong and allow us to the opportunity to continue building a healthy gulf coast community.

Be the change you want to see in the world.

Learn About the Change Maker Campaign:

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Wendy WIlson

Fresh Website, Fresh Photography and Video!

Victory is so thankful for Wendy Wilson Photography! Not only does she capture Victory so beautifully behind her camera, she is such an encouragement and blessing!

Wendy Wilson Photography

Lifehouse Films tell stories through their camera lens and throughout the years they have told the stories of Victory. The stories tell of hope, healing and restoration. Victory is so thankful for Lifehouse Films for their gifts of time and talent.

Lifehouse Films

Like the new website? Margaret Jordan, our web designer and long time volunteer, has a heart for telling the Victory story visually as well as with big words.

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Pulmonary Clinic

Thanks for Our Pulmonary Clinic

Thank you to the University of South Alabama Cardio-respiratory department and these respiratory therapists for caring for our patients! Victory offers this nationally recognized and award-winning clinic to our hard-working 16,500 patients to help diagnose and treat asthma, COPD and sleep apnea. They also educate our patients on stopping smoking. This clinic is funded by the Florence Foundation.

Volunteers are left to right (back row) student Janae Yancey and Timothy Op’t Holt and (front row) student Christian Juarez and David Chang.

Thanks to these volunteers who provide care and education to our patients!

Lunch at Ransom Cafe

Ransom Cafe operates like a restaurant, but there are no prices on our menu. Instead, we ask guests to donate what they can — money, time or resources.

We serve at a different location each day of the week. Here is their weekly café schedule – All cafes are open from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.

Monday – First Christian Church (1419 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36609)
Tuesday – Covenant Presbyterian Church (2651 Springhill Ave., Mobile, AL 36609)
Wednesday – Christ United Methodist Church (6101 Grelot Rd., Mobile, AL 36609)
Thursday – The Hangar at West Mobile Baptist (7485 Airport Blvd., Mobile, AL 36608)
Thursday – First Baptist Church Theodore (7125 Bellingrath Rd., Theodore, AL 36582)
Friday – Fairhope United Methodist Church (155 S. Section St., Fairhope, AL 36532)

Learn More about Ransom Cafe here