A credit to the work we do every day


On July 7, we had a visit from the National Health Service Corps that resulted in the successful re-approval of Health Care for the Homeless as a health service corps site. The National Health Service Corps supports clinicians who provide care to underserved communities at approved sites by helping them repay their educational loans. This financial assistance is critical in helping attract and retain mission-oriented clinicians. That's something we do a great job of here at Health Care for the Homeless, but the National Health Service Corps program helps make it possible. We currently have 11 therapists, dentists and medical providers who are health service corps participants.

Our National Health Service Corps site reviewers were impressed with the clinicians they met here at Health Care for the Homeless, and spoke glowingly of the work we all do. Thanks to all who made this site review such a success and, in the process, ensured that we will be able to continue to support clinicians through this essential program.

Bravo, Health Care for the Homeless!

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