Primary Care Health Services
Primary Care Health Services - Healthcare for the Homeless
The Healthcare for the Homeless Program (HCHP) provides access to comprehensive health services through clinics at homeless congregate sites for homeless men, women and children throughout the Pittsburgh area.

A prescription voucher program is also available to homeless individuals who have no medical assistance for covering prescription costs.

Additional specialty services, outreach services, and substance abuse services are available to homeless individuals each month.
7227 Hamilton Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15208
Eligibility: Homeless persons. This includes those who are street homeless, doubled up, or in a shelter. It could also include those in transitional housing depending on the clients situation prior to their placement in transitional housing.
This program is not able to assist those who are wardens of the state.
Hours: Office: 9:00am-5:00pm, weekdays; service hours vary
Phone/FAX Numbers
  • (412) 261-0937 Medical
  • (412) 697-4698 Dental
Intake Procedure: Call the office at 412-244-4775 for more information. Services provided at each clinic may differ and clinics do not take appointments.

You can also visit the Healthcare for the Homeless Schedule to see the days and times that service is available at each clinic.
Fee Amounts: Free.
Helpful Tips: Some of the services given by the medical team include needs assessment, case management, health education, gynecology, dermatology, podiatry, dentistry, optometry and referrals for additional services. Schedule and services available at each location vary.
Service Contact: April Arsenault, Director, 412-244-4775
  • Community Clinics
  • Community Clinics * Homeless People
  • General Medical Care
  • General Medical Care * Homeless People
  • General Physical Examinations
  • Insulin
  • Prescription Expense Assistance
  • Prescription Expense Assistance * Homeless People
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Primary Care Health Services
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