Family Health Centers of San Diego
Family Health Centers of San Diego’s (FHCSD) Healthcare for the Homeless Program serves the entire County of San Diego through a network of community health clinics, community based support services and partnerships with other social service agencies and homeless providers.
FHCSD’s Healthcare for the Homeless Program reduces barriers and increases access to quality health care to those experiencing homelessness by providing primary and emergency medical services. The program also provides dental, vision, mental health, substance use disorder and case management services.
Many of FHCSD’s 23 clinics are located near, or within, partner transitional housing programs, including organizations that focus on veterans and homeless youth and families. In addition, FHCSD’s three Mobile Medical Units provide health care services at a variety of locations across San Diego County.
As a proud partner of the National Health Care for the Homeless Council, FHCSD shares in their mission to eliminate homelessness by ensuring health care and secure housing for everyone.
The HCH Project has linkages with many social service agencies and homeless service providers as well as networking and referral support of more than 50 agencies countywide.
Estimated homeless population: 12,000
Patients served: 16,000