Oakland County Homeless Healthcare Services
Our mission is to meet the health and wellness needs of vulnerable populations throughout Oakland County – including the homeless – through the provision of integrated primary care.
In spring of 2015, Honor Community Health was awarded a Healthcare for the Homeless (HCH) grant, allowing homeless individuals in Oakland County access to quality health care services from our highly trained clinicians. OIHN is one of only a couple hundred HCH-funded providers in the United States.
Our HCH program is community-based, and provides comprehensive primary care, specialty care, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, dental care and other supportive services for the homeless.
If you are currently staying in an emergency shelter, on the street, camping out or even staying with a friend temporarily, you may be eligible for our services through the Healthcare for the Homeless program.