Community Recovery Center West - Oakland Low Cost Clinic
451 28th St
Oakland CA, 94609
Contact Phone:(510) 273-4900
Clinic Details:The West Oakland Health Council is a non-profit Community Health Center providing primary care, mental health, and substance abuse recovery services to residents of West, North and East Oakland, Emeryville and Southwest Berkeley. Its mission is to improve the health and well-being of residents of these communities and to reduce morbidity, preventable disability and premature death.
Details: Mobile Health provides urgent care, brief social work assessments, and referrals to community resources while visiting shelters, meal programs, and other accessible locations in the community. Staff from Alameda Health System and Health Care for the Homeless include a medical provider, medical assistant, social worker, registration clerk, and van driver who work together to provide friendly and accessible care to those who need it most, as well as linkages to ongoing primary care at Alameda Health System or other community clinics.
Details: Teen and young adult health is the focus of the Adolescent Medicine. Our team looks at each teen and young adult as an individual and considers every aspect of their lives in order to address their unique medical and mental health issues. Board certified physicians, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, and specialists in health education and substance abuse provide primary and specialty care for youth, teenagers, and young adults ages 11-24. UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland is a leader in providing adolescent medicine community-wide. We have three community health centers dedicated to providing comprehensive care, each of which serves as a national model for adolescent healthcare.
Details: Located on the east side of Lake Merritt, Frank Kiang Medical Center offers comprehensive health care services for patients of all ages. The center has 10 exam rooms and can serve more than 5,000 patients every year. The modern facility has unique features like larger exam rooms which accommodates our patients who often come to appointments with family members or interpreters. The center is named after Frank Kiang, a community leader and former chairman and CEO of Metropolitan Bank who passed away in 2007.
Details: LifeLong TRUST Health Center recently opened, serving adults with disabling conditions and histories of homelessness who also participate in Alameda County’s General Assistance Program. The mission of the TRUST Health Center is to improve the lives of clients by providing high-value care that addresses clients’ physical, mental, and social well-being in one location. This collaboration between multiple government agencies and non-profit organizations will promote dignity, respect, and compassion in all interactions among staff and clients. Participating organizations will collaborate closely to support clients to find and maintain stable homes, to promote their overall health and well-being, and to develop or re-establish strong social support networks outside of the public services system.
Details: Our School-Based Health Centers provide age-appropriate comprehensive medical, health education, and youth development services to youth during and after school hours. Our services are aimed at helping students come to school ready to learn and exceed at school. Clinics are open to all students, regardless of income or healthcare coverage.
Details: Opened in 2003, the AHS dental clinic is a modern facility equipped with state-of-the-art digital radiology technology. The clinic provides a comprehensive range of primary oral health care services with a strong emphasis on prevention and education.
Details: AMC is the oldest and largest of the Asian Health Services sites and serves over 16,000 patients with nearly 60,000 visits annually. Our team of doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, health coaches, behavioral health specialists, and nutritionists provide high quality, comprehensive care in 9 Asian languages and English for patients of all ages.
Details: Since 2000, we have been providing high quality, youth-friendly services that include medical care, reproductive health, sports physicals, immunizations and management of acute and chronic conditions to Oakland Technical High School students. We also serve students enrolled at nearby Oakland International High School and recent graduates from both schools up to the age of 21. In addition, we provide individual and group counseling, and case management services. Patients are seen by a clinical health educator who conducts one-on-one appointments that cover issues such as sexual health, birth control, and nutrition. The health educator conducts classroom presentations and coordinates a Peer Health Education Group and helps students develop presentation and leadership skills. We are passionate about improving the health and wellness of the students in our school community.
Details: An urgent care appointment is made for you through your Advice Nurse (Triage) at your home clinic. You may also drop in, during business hours, if you have a medical problem that needs immediate attention.
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