Center for Community Health Downtown Los Angeles - Los Angeles Community Health Center
522 S San Pedro St
Los Angeles CA, 90013
Contact Phone:(213) 486-4050
Clinic Details:JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.
Services:Primary Health Care; Behavioral Health; Dental/Oral Health Care; Vision Care; HIV Care and Treatment; Case Management; Pharmacy Services; Radiology/X-rays; Laboratory Services; Supportive Services; Substance Abuse Treatment; Harm Reduction counseling
Women's Health Services:Family Planning Services; Prenatal Care; Cervical Cancer Screening; Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Details: Men and women struggling to survive on the streets also suffer from common ailments like colds, the flu, or other illnesses. Others face the more difficult challenges of keeping conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure under control. Because people experiencing homelessness have few places to turn for help, it’s not uncommon for simple medical problems like these to become life-threatening. That’s why the UCLA Primary Health Clinic at URM was established in 1983. This nurse-managed clinic is licensed by the State of California as a Community Health Center and is part of the National Health Care for the Homeless Program. It is one of only a few full-time clinics in the Los Angeles area devoted to caring for the primary medical needs of people experiencing homelessness. Most of our patients have no health insurance or ability to pay for health care services. All services at the center are provided free of charge. The clinic averages more than 6,000 patient visits each year.
Details: Dental problems such as persistent pain, tooth loss, and gum disease can cause relentless suffering among men, women, and children experiencing homelessness. That’s why the University of Southern California School of Dentistry opened a clinic at URM in 1999. Faculty, students, and interns from the USC School of Dentistry coordinate all patient services. The six-chair Dental Clinic provides comprehensive care completely free of charge and conducts more than 5,000 dental-care visits per year. These services are not offered to URM guests alone - we have opened the doors of our Dental Clinic to all the neighboring shelters and programs serving underprivileged people in the downtown Los Angeles area. We are also the only dental clinic on Skid Row to offer care to children.
Details: Found between the Arts District and Downtown Los Angeles, the clinic at the Midnight Mission serves formerly homeless individuals as part of the mission’s Healthy Living Program This location offers medical treatment and consultative services for improving overall health and wellness.
Details: JWCH Institute Inc. is a private non-profit health agency that was established as the Attending Staff Association of the John Wesley County Hospital in 1960 by concerned L.A. County physicians. These staff physicians sought to establish an agency that could obtain additional funds to support and augment patient care, education, and research at the John Wesley facility. When the hospital was demolished in 1979, the agency continued its efforts to assist LA County patients, but the name was no longer relevant and was subsequently changed to JWCH Institute Inc.
Details: Our satellite clinic at the Anne Douglas Center for Women, part of the Los Angeles Mission, provides women-centered health care and assistance. This location provides medical, dental and chiropractic services as part of both daily services and 12-month rehabilitation programs.
Details: Los Angeles Christian Health Centers opened in 1995 with a handful of staff but a big vision to render hope and healing through healthcare to the thousands of homeless and low-income residents living in Los Angeles County. Today, 120 staff members serve the County’s most vulnerable populations from our two full-time health centers in Skid Row and Boyle Heights. We also provide comprehensive medical care at our 10 part-time satellite clinics hosted by our community partners throughout Downtown Los Angeles and Watts.
Details: Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, at the San Julian Access Center, this drop in community health clinic serves uninsured, homeless and low-income individuals. The clinic provides primary care exams and services year round to adults and children.
Details: Los Angeles Centers for Alcohol and Drug Abuse (L.A. CADA) is a licensed and certified substance use and behavioral treatment provider by the State of California Department of Health Care Services and the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health - Substance Abuse Prevention and Control. We treat persons with addiction and behavioral problems by providing client-centered, trauma-informed, recovery-orientated services, offered by a committed, caring and qualified staff of licensed, certified and registered professionals. L.A. CADA offers critical services across a wide continuum of care and treatment, including outpatient, intensive outpatient and residential programs. This full continuum of addiction care is available for men and women, ages 18 and over. Services to adolescents, ages 12–17, in an outpatient setting are also available.
Location: East Rancho Dominguez, CA - 90221 | 0.6 mile away
Contact Phone: (310) 604-5000
Details: 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 of well-being. In addition to providing a broad array of primary care services, we place a high priority on developing supportive services to address families’ educational, socio-economic, and mental health needs. This is accomplished through outreach, health education, child development and literacy education, case management, insurance enrollment, and mental health assessments. We have and continue to establish strong partnerships with health, educational, social service and development agencies to deliver a wide range of services that are responsive to community needs.
Details: Eisner Health is a quality-focused, federally qualified nonprofit community health center dedicated to improving the physical, social, and emotional well-being of people in the communities we serve, regardless of income.