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 Health Outreach Project 

PARTNERSHIP / HEALTH / COMMUNITY

What Do We Do?

Welcome to the Health Outreach Project website! The Health Outreach Project provides care to underserved Philadelphians through free health clinics and services, run by Drexel medical students. Our programs provide opportunities to address obstacles to health care, including language and cultural barriers, hours of operation, lack of insurance, homelessness, and drug and alcohol addiction.

Clinics

Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center

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Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center

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Clinics

Salvation Army Adult Rehab Center

Our students provide care for residents in a treatment center seeking to overcome addiction to drugs or alcohol.

Eliza Shirley

Eliza Shirley is a transitional homeless shelter for women and children in Center City. Our volunteers provide acute care for the residents. 

Streetside at Prevention Point

At Streetside our students provide nonjudgmental urgent care, HIV and hepatitis C testing and advocacy targeted towards uninsured, substance users, and individuals in sex work industry.

St. Raymond's 

St. Raymond's is a shelter for homeless individuals over the age of 55 years old with chronic illnesses. Our students provide residents with health screenings, health maintenance and education, and acute/chronic illness management.

The Arc

The Arc is a center for low-income adults and children with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. 

 

Community Projects

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WHOSOEVER GOSPEL MISSION

Whosoever Gospel Mission houses men participating in a two-phase in-house rehabilitaiton and job readiness program for homeless men recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. The clinic meets quarterly.

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NATIONALITIES SERVICE CENTER

Nationalities Service Center connects recent immigrants and refugees to free or low-cost services to their new home. Our students run health fairs.

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HEP C AND HIV SCREENING

Under Philadelphia Fight, C a Difference is a comprehensive testing, linkage and counseling care program for HIV/AIDs and Hepatitis C.

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JUMP INTO READING

Jump Into Reading is held at Eliza Shirley where students read with children living at the shelter.

MOVE IT WITH MOMMY AND ME

Move It with Mommy and Me hosts sessions that focus on physical activity for mothers and their children.

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NALOXONE OUTREACH PROJECT

Naloxone Outreach Project (NOP) involves students going into the Philadelphia community to educate and increase awareness about opioid overdose, and train in naloxone administration.

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STRESS REDUCTION

Stress Reduction is a program that teaches mindfulness skills to members of the community.

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SMOKING CESSATION

Smoking Cessation provides individuals with the knowledge, skills and resources to take actionable and measurable steps forward to decrease and quit smoking.

 
 

Make a Donation

This is one of the simplest ways to help out our cause. We believe the best way for our initiatives to be successful is for the community to actively get involved. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work we do at DUCoM Health Outreach Project. Get in touch with any questions about how you can Make a Donation today.

Volunteer Your Time

Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making DUCoM Health Outreach Project an even better organization than it already is. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information pertaining to your mode of support, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.

HOP Calendar

See what HOP clinics & programs are running this month all throughout Philadelphia

We'd Love to Hear From You!

Contact us using the form below or email us at ducom.hop.clinics@gmail.com & let us know how we can help! 

If you have specific clinic questions, you can contact our steering coordinators directly!  Their emails are listed under our "Who We Are" page. 

 

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