Neighborcare Health Youth Clinic
About our services
Youth Clinic serves young people ages 12-26 who have experienced unstable housing and/or homelessness within the past year. Patients who get services with the Neighborcare Health Youth Clinic can expect safe, confidential and compassionate medical and mental health care, as well as referrals for dental care.
Neighborcare Health’s homeless programs are part of the King County Health Care for the Homeless Network.
Medical, mental health and social services for youth and young adults experiencing homelessness every Wednesday and Thursday evening at Neighborcare Health at 45th Street in Wallingford.
Medical services for youth and young adults experiencing homelessness on Tuesday mornings and Wednesday evenings at the New Horizons shelter in Belltown.
The One Health Clinic provides side-by-side medical and veterinary services for young adults ages 18-26 and their pets. The clinic was started by Neighborcare Health, New Horizons, the University of Washington Center for One Health Research, University District Street Medicine, and the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Human medical services include treatment for illnesses or injuries, care for ongoing conditions, help with substance use disorders or mental health issues, sexual and reproductive health care, gender-affirming care and more. Veterinary services for common pets includes wellness checkups, vaccinations, flea/tick preventative medication, treatment for common conditions, and certificates for free spay/neuter services.
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