Clarkson Eyecare and McPeak Vision Centers to Provide Eye Care for Tornado Victims

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Clarkson Eyecare and McPeak Vision Centers in Kentucky will provide emergency eye care and free replacement glasses or up to six months of contact lenses to community members in need after last weekend’s tornado and first responders.

Community members affected by tornadoes and first responders can visit their local EyeCare Partners Network ophthalmologist or optometrist for emergency eye care or to receive free eyeglasses or contacts to replace those lost or destroyed by the storms.

EyeCare Partners said in a statement that it will fill any vision prescription and it need not have been prescribed at an EyeCare Partners-affiliated facility.

If prescriptions are not readily available, EyeCare partners can match existing lenses or perform eye exams, as needed.

EyeCare Partners said it also pledged to donate $25,000 to the American Red Cross for tornado relief efforts to help rebuild affected communities in Arkansas, Texas. Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.

Regional locations include: 1403 Andrea Street in Bowling Green and 108 Bravo Boulevard in Glasgow.

For more information, visit www.eyecare-partners.com.

Copyright 2021 WBKO. All rights reserved.