Using a combination of a fully equipped mobile van and ODCHC’s eight fixed clinic sites, homeless individuals receive comprehensive care to include:
General medical care for all ages
Mental /Behavioral Health
Substance abuse treatment
Case management services
Skilled nursing services
Referrals to community resources
Our mobile unit is a custom designed 38 foot motor home with two exam rooms, a restroom, lab, pharmacy, a wheel chair lift and is supplied with the same equipment as a family doctor’s office. The fully staffed mobile unit visits each community site on a regular schedule. We offer medical services to patients of all ages, including patients who are homeless, in transitional housing, or patients who have difficulty scheduling appointments. We also provide medical services to migrant and seasonal farm workers and their families.
We offer walk-in appointments in addition to our scheduled appointments at all locations.
After Hours Care
If you have an urgent medical problem call (707)443-4666 when the clinic is closed and your call will be transferred to a provider. Medical providers will advise if an Emergency Room visit is necessary and give you medical advice. After hours medical providers do not handle routine medical refill requests.
Nurse Advise Line
Any questions about your health care, lab results, referrals, please call us (707) 443-4666
In case of an EMERGENCY call 911
Latino Health Services
We have promotores (community health workers) to help guide you through the system with the following services:
Culturally sensitive issues
Referrals for professional counseling available in Spanish
HIV clinic services are available for Eureka patients at the Mobile Health Office (2426 Buhne Street). Call 443-4666 for more information.