Amistad Community Health Center strives to provide the underserved healthcare population in the Corpus Christi community with the highest quality medical care available in the spirit and strength of Jesus Christ. They foresee a future that includes being the place of choice for comprehensive health care, meeting the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of the community, and impacting the lives … More
Bee Busy Learning Academy, Inc. (Bee Busy) is a 501 (c) (3) community based, non-profit organization, established in October 2000, providing prevention services throughout Houston, focusing its efforts reaching the highly impacted area of Southwest Houston. As Bee Busy’s mission is to build strong, healthy communities by enhancing the quality of life for individuals and families in vulnerable, at-risk populations, … More
The homeless continum of care center addresses the problem of homelessness in El Paso, Texas.It also has a dual purpose. The first purpose is to address costs associated with the provision of health care services by supporting the premises of the City of El Paso's priorities relative to health and homelessness, most notably through the financial leveraging of federal, state and private resources that help advance the City of El Paso's 10 year strategic plan towards ending chronic homelessness.
The CommUnityCare HCH project serves single adult men and women at its clinic within the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH), a low-demand shelter and day resource center in downtown Austin. In addition to primary care, the ARCH clinic provides integrated behavioral health services that includes psychiatry and behavioral health consultant services provided by masters level clinicians. Intensive case management services provides linkages to a wide array of housing, legal, substance abuse treatment, and other services offered by co-located agencies. The CommUnityCare HCH project provides acute care to a smaller number of single adult men, women, and families at the convenient care clinic on William Cannon Blvd. The CommUnityCare HCH project also provides medical care to women and children at SafePlace, a shelter for victims of domestic violence, and to unaccompanied youth at LifeWorks outreach center. Dental care services are provided via the CommUnity Care dental clinics. Vision exams and eyeglasses are provided via the Right to Sight Service located within First United Methodist Church on Lavaca Street, Austin. Pharmacy services are provided through the CommUnity Care's pharmacy program. CommUnity Care's longstanding relationship with the local mental health center, Austin Travis County Integral Care, allows for close coordination between HCH staff and the mental health center's ACCESS program. An ACCESS psychiatrist treats patients 2.5 days per week at the ARCH clinic.
Primary Care, Behavioral Health, Case Management, Co-location with the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless (ARCH)
The Community Health Center of Lubbock (CHCL) has been a Health Care for the Homeless grantee since 1994. CHCL provides comprehensive health care and social services to individuals who are homeless in Lubbock. This is accomplished through a network of collaborating agencies and other health care providers.
Homeless Outreach Medical Services (HOMES), a program of Dallas County Hospital District (dba Parkland Health & Hospital System), uses a combination of fixed and mobile clinic sites to bring health care to individuals who are homeless.
Project Description CentroMed, formerly El Centro Del Barrio, operates eight HCH clinics within or adjacent to homeless shelters. The clinics provide homeless individuals and families with primary health care, dental, social services, child development services, substance abuse counseling, health educational group sessions, and referrals as needed to other Continuum of Care agencies. Street outreach and collaborative health fairs also make services available to homeless persons not in shelters.
The Harris Health System Health Care for the Homeless Program (HCHP) uses health care teams to provide on-site and mobile health care, mental health services, dental services, and substance abuse services at homeless shelters and day centers throughout Harris County.
Healthcare for the Homeless - Houston (HHH) provides care in shelters, transitional living programs, soup kitchens, and on the streets. A consortium of 31 social service agencies, educational institutions, homeless/formerly homeless consumers, public agencies, and health care providers form the HHH Advisory Council.
Heart of Texas Community Health Center, known locally as "Family Health Center", has been providing primary healthcare services to the vulnerable of McLennan County, TX since 1970. It became a Section 330(e) community health center in 1999. Its Health Care for the Homeless site, Meyer Center Community Clinic, is slated to open in October 2007.
HCH services are provided by Regence Health Network (RHN), an integrated network of Federally Qualified Health Centers, providing primary health, dental, and behavioral services throughout the South Plains and Panhandle of Texas. The homeless clinic is co-located at the Amarillo United Way Resource Center in Amarillo.