Alameda County Health Care for the Homeless Program (ACHCHP) is a Local Health Department-based 330(h) Health Care for the Homeless Program operating with Federal HRSA/BPHC Community Health Center 330(h) funding since 1988. ACHCHP provides a vital service to persons experiencing homelessness within Alameda County, providing access to quality health care services. Through arrangements with a network of County and community … More
Bartz-Altadonna Community Health Center is a state-licensed clinic that provides comprehensive primary medical care, including women’s care for low-income, uninsured, under-insured, and homeless persons. We also accept all insurance plans (public and private) and participate in Los Angeles County’s Public Private Partnership, FamPac, and CHDP.
Bartz-Altadonna also provides compassionate trauma-informed state-of-the-art specialty medical care and supportive services for HIV and … More
CARE LINK – Community Medical Centers, Inc provides primary medical and behavioral health care services at local shelters, transitional/treatment programs, homeless services agencies and on the streets of San Joaquin County through its medical outreach program. Follow-up comprehensive primary care services are available to the homeless through the Gleason House Medical Clinic (located on the campus of the Stockton Gospel … More
The Center for the Vulnerable Child (CVC) at Children’s Hospital and Research Center provides comprehensive care and a medical home for children who are homeless or at risk for homelessness, including children who live in biological or foster families and children who have been newly reunified with their parents. This is done by addressing health, psychological, and social problems that … More
Clinica de Salud del Valle de Salinas (CSVS) is one of the few providers in Monterey County for individuals who are medically indigent or homeless. Under the umbrella of CSVS, individuals receive comprehensive care, including basic health screenings, immunizations, basic oral screenings, orthopedics, and podiatry.
Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo is a private, non-profit corporation providing array of comprehensive primary care services to residents throughout Imperial and Riverside County. Clinicas is a Federally Qualified Health Center and a Federal Tort Claims Act Deemed Facility and was the first migrant health center established in this nation by the federal government in 1970. Clinicas has expanded from … More
ChapCare has delivered high-quality primary healthcare services to the underserved communities of the San Gabriel Valley for more than 15 years. ChapCare provides medical and dental care, behavioral health counseling, and access to specialty care services from 4 health center locations in the San Gabriel Valley.… More
The HCH Project has been operated by Contra Costa Health Services (CCHS) since 1990 as part of the Contra Costa County Health Services delivery system. The project provides health care services through mobile clinics and through the CCHS integrated ambulatory system of care and the CCHS Departments of Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs. The mobile team is comprised … More
The HCH Program collaborates with nonprofit health services and resource programs, including Catholic Healthcare West (Mercy), Loaves and Fishes, University of California Davis Medical School, many homeless shelter and program sites. The clinic sites provide primary and public health services, health education, and specialty referrals. Primary care includes acute care, chronic disease management, assessment and treatment, mental health, substance abuse … More
Designated as a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Elica is a community-based “one stop shop” offering a range of clinical, outreach and social assistance services, which our providers and allied professionals deliver using a patient-centered model of care.
Patients now receive services at Elica’s three clinic locations – Arden Arcade, Midtown and West Sacramento – and from our mobile clinic, … More
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.… More
JWCH Institute is an FQHC Medical Provider of Comprehensive Homeless Health Care Services, located in Downtown (Skid Row) Los Angeles.… More
Dedicated to transforming the health and well-being of low-income and immigrant residents through compassionate care, self-sufficiency and community participation La Maestra (Spanish for “the teacher”) has grown into an award-winning health organization that served 47,866 patients and provided 187,623 clinic visits in 2017.
La Maestra currently has five primary care clinics, including the Hope Clinic, which is a health center … More
The Los Angeles Christian Health Centers (LACHC) is a Christian non-profit organization that was founded by the Los Angeles Mission in 1996. The clinic provides comprehensive medical, dental and mental health care to homeless and uninsured individuals in the Skid Row area of Los Angeles and Boyle Heights. The clinic is open Monday through Friday.… More
The Marin City Health & Wellness Center is a federally funded health center providing primary health, dental and behavioral health care to residents of public housing and those who are homeless in Marin County. The main clinic site is in Marin City (Southern Marin) which is committed to the improvement of the health status and overall quality of life for … More
Mendocino Community Health Clinic (MCHC) has been providing comprehensive primary health services in rural northern California since 1992. Achieving FQHC designation in 1994, MCHC began its homeless program in 2004. MCHC is the largest safety net provider for ambulatory care in Mendocino and Lake Counties with community health centers located in Ukiah, Lakeport and Willits.… More
Northeast Valley Health Corporation serves as the lead agency in managing one of the country’s largest Health Care for the Homeless grants for the Cooperative Health Care for the Homeless Network (CHCHN). The 14 health care agencies that comprise the CHCHN are located throughout Los Angeles County and provide comprehensive health care services to at least 41% of the County’s … More
Open Door started as a single clinic in 1971. At that time there wasn’t enough access to quality health care in Humboldt and the surrounding counties. The founders of Open Door Community Health Centers shared the vision of providing excellent health care and education to all members of the community.
Now, Open Door has 13 clinics, and 3 mobile clinics, … More
OPERATION SAMAHAN is a federally qualified community health center that emerged within the Filipino community over the last forty years. The agency serves low-income families and individuals in the County of San Diego in two (2) strategic areas with a high density population of Filipinos/Asian and other low-income, uninsured individuals — National City (Southern San Diego County) and Mira Mesa … More
Ritter Center, based in downtown San Rafael, is a community-based nonprofit organization that has assisted Marin’s low-income and homeless population for over 30 years. They help the homeless and very low-income residents of Marin – individuals and families – stabilize their lives by offering a number of social services: case management; primary health care, specialty care coordination, mental health therapy … More
SAC Health System is a non-profit community healthcare corporation serving the Inland Empire. Our clinics provide affordable health care services for all, but primarily serve uninsured patients and their families. We accept Medi-Cal and Medicare, and offer many federal, state and local programs to those who qualify. For those who are ineligible for programs, we offer a sliding fee scale … More
San Fernando Community Health Center (SFCHC) is a Federally Qualified Health Center dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to everyone in our community, with an emphasis on serving the most vulnerable. SFCHC was designated a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in August 2015, but their commitment to this community and its people spans more than 90 years, beginning … More
The San Francisco Health Care for the Homeless Project (SFHCHP) is a partnership between the San Francisco Department of Public Health and the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium (SFCCC). The project provides comprehensive health care to individuals who are homeless. Services are provided at community health centers, public health clinics, shelter-based clinics, other homeless service provider agencies, and through a … More
San Francisco Community Health Center is an LGBTQ and people of color health organization that transforms lives by advancing health, wellness, and equality.We believe everyone deserves to be healthy and needs access to the highest-quality health care. We foster resilience, strength, connection, health, and wellness for all communities. To us, health care will always be grounded in social justice.… More
The HCH Program serves San Mateo County, a culturally and geographically diverse community located directly south of San Francisco. Since its inception in 1991, the San Mateo HCH Program has expanded services and sites to serve homeless individuals and families through a comprehensive health care network that aims to reach all the communities in San Mateo County where homeless populations … More
The HCH Project provides health and support services to people experiencing homelessness throughout county. Access to health care is provided through coordinated outreach integrated with an elaborate and effective clinic system.… More
The Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System (SCVHHS) comprises five departments: Valley Medical Center, Ambulatory and Community Health Services, Mental Health, Alcohol/Drug Services, and Public Health. The Valley Healthcare for the Homeless Program (VHHP) resides in Ambulatory and Community Health Services (ACHS), the primary provider of outpatient services. ACHS operates a network of 10 fixed sites, along with a … More
The Homeless Persons’ Health Project (HPHP) is a clinic within the Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency that provides a medical home, case management, outreach, and housing services for the homeless population throughout Santa Cruz County. HPHP provides integrated medical, mental health and substance abuse treatment that includes medication-assisted treatment.
HPHP offers an on-site medication dispensary program and a project … More
Founded in 1974, SCWHC is a private nonprofit primary heath care and health education center operated by and for women. The center provides quality health care services in a unique setting. Their approach includes a strong commitment to health care maintenance, health education, advocacy, cultural sensitivity, affordability and personalized care.… More
At Santa Rosa Community Health, we believe health care is a fundamental human right—everyone should have the opportunity for a full and healthy life. Every day, we open our doors to care for patients in a way that honors them and meets their health care needs. We welcome everyone with compassion and respect for their culture, language, identity, and values—no … More
Share Our Selves (SOS) is a nationally recognized health center providing high quality, comprehensive safety net services to the Orange County community. It is a patient-centered medical home and values the concept of the right person, the right treatment, at the right time.… More
The Health Outreach for People Everywhere (HOPE) provides comprehensive primary health care, case management, street/shelter outreach, and referral services for individuals who are homeless or at-risk through Shasta Community Health Center in Redding. Health care services, including outreach are provided through the HOPE Mobile Clinic program.… More
Solano County Health and Social Services has a Primary Care Support Team of specialized health care professionals who serve homeless individuals at eight access points: Family Health Services clinic locations (five locations in Vacaville, Fairfield, and Vallejo), a mobile dental clinic, and two satellite medical clinics located within homeless support services. The Family Health Services clinics offer primary care, behavioral … More
St. John’s Well Child and Family Center (SJWCFC) is an independent 501(c)(3) community health center. We serve patients of all ages through a network of Federally Qualified Health Centers and school-based clinics that span the breadth of Central and South Los Angeles and Compton.
Our work, however, goes far beyond the traditional health care model to embrace the broader concept … More
The mission of St. Vincent de Paul Village is to help our neighbors in need break the cycle of homelessness and poverty by promoting self-sufficiency through an innovative continuum of care, multi-disciplinary programs, and partnerships that come together in the spirit of our CREED (Compassion, Respect, Empathy, Empowerment, Dignity) to teach, learn from, and challenge our neighbors and one another.… More
Venice Family Clinic provides high quality health care to over 26,000 people at more than 110,000 primary care, specialty care, mental health, dental, and health education visits annually. All services – including diagnosis, treatment, medications, follow-up care, and laboratory tests – are available on a sliding fee scale. Particular emphasis is placed on the needs of women, children, the homeless, … More
Ventura County Community Health Center provides primary health and support services at 19 FQHCs throughout Ventura County, including the Health Care for the Homeless Clinic. The VC HCH team includes a medical director, contract physicians, specialists, clinical assistants, and a network of support services.… More
West County Health Centers, Inc. is a private, non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center, receiving Section 330 grant funding from the federal government to provide quality health services to the whole community, regardless of ability to pay. They strive to provide a medical home for patients, ensuring that they experience continuity of care and have a secure place to come for … More