Provides basic medical care to individuals experiencing homelessness through a mobile clinic. Services offered include primary medical care, wound care, chronic disease care, diabetes screening, immunizations, and STD screening and COVID-19 Testing. Referrals to a healthcare facility will be provided to individuals who are in need of further treatment for a moderate to severe health condition. An eligibility worker is on site that can assist individuals without health insurance sign up to receive coverage.
Available at the following locations and times:
-Thursday, October 22nd from 8:30am-4pm at Oroville Hope Center, 1950 Kitrick Ave Ste A, Oroville
-Friday, October 23rd 8:30am-4pm at Riverbend Park (next to the Showers) 50 Montgomery Street, Oroville
Prescriptions & Medications
Enloe Medical Center’s Telehealth program can help with refilling prescriptions on a case by case basis. Survivors can call 530-332-9540 between the hours of 9am-9pm to speak with a nurse. Depending on the type of medication, some will be able to refill their prescription over the phone and some may require an in person appointment. Narcotics will not be refilled. Accepting all insurance plans; copay amount will vary.
Providing a hotline for every person who has been displaced by a disaster. When a survivor calls this number, there will be an assessment to determine if they have any unmet medical needs (for example, left behind prescriptions or medical equipment, developed a fever, etc.) and work with the caller until they have met that need or referred them to the appropriate agency. Referrals can be made to Disaster Mental Health, Red Cross Casework, or 211.
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call: 571-595-7244