When we see better, we live better.
Vision loss robs people of their independence, mobility and quality of life. Normal effects of aging, family history, occupational, and environmental factors can all contribute to vision issues. More than 50,000 people lose their sight each year, yet half of all blindness can be prevented.
That’s why we provide vision screenings for thousands of adults in Northeast Florida annually to determine if they have a need for corrective eyeglasses, to detect potential vision problems, and to provide referrals to set up a comprehensive vision exam with a doctor. Additionally, we provide access to vision care services for qualified individuals through a special cooperative with a growing network of local eye care professionals who volunteer their time to provide services for the uninsured and underserved in our community.
When someone receives the gift of clear sight, they can be more productive and successful at work, at school, and/or in life. Simply put, when we see better, we live better.
We provide vision screenings for thousands of adults annually to determine if there is a need for corrective eyeglasses and to detect potential vision problems.
If a vision issue is detected during a screening, our trained screener will refer our client to visit an eye care professional to obtain a comprehensive eye exam.
For those who qualify for our vision care services, we provide free eye exams and/or specialty care through our network of partner eye care professionals.
For those who qualified for our vision care services, single vision lenses or lined bifocals are provided when prescribed by one of our partner doctors.
See if you qualify for our vision care services.
While our vision screenings are open to the public, to qualify for our vision services you must meet the following criteria:
- Must have been screened by Vision Is Priceless and referred for further care.
- Gross household income is less than 200% of the 2020 Federal Poverty Guidelines.
- No access to vision insurance.
- Last eye exam/prescription update was more than one year ago.
- Resident of the First Coast area (Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, and St. Johns Counties).
Questions? Call our team at (904) 503-2423.
Mobile Vision Unit
We are able to bring the doctor to the patient, eliminating transportation barriers for our clients. We are grateful to Essilor Vision Foundation for providing the funding to purchase state-of-the art vision care equipment through Marco Ophthalmic. Our partner doctors are able to provide comprehensive eye exams on the St. Vincent’s-THE PLAYERS Mobile Health Outreach Vision Unit. The mobile vision and health unit is the first of its kind in Northeast Florida. The unit will travel throughout Duval, Baker, Clay, Nassau, and St. Johns counties, providing sight saving services for underserved and uninsured individuals.