115-A Coral St., Santa Cruz

(located at Rebele Family Shelter Building at Highway 1 and River St.)

  • Monday - Thursday: 8am - 5pm
  • Friday: 8am - 3pm
  • Closed 12pm - 1pm daily

Santa Cruz Homeless Persons Health Project provides comprehensive medical care for individuals and families in Santa Cruz County. The health center offers a variety of services including:

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Hospital Emergency Department Follow-Up
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Integrated Behavioral Health
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Medication Assisted Treatment
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Orthopedic Services
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Primary Care and Preventive Health
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Wound Care

Additional Services

Medical tests on-site include:

  • Pap smears
  • Blood tests
  • PPD (Tuberculosis skin test)
  • UA tests (drugs) and more

Treatments provided include:

  • Vaccinations (Flu, Hep A, Hep B)
  • Antibiotics
  • Tetanus shots
  • Medications for diabetes, high blood pressure, chronic pain and more


Street Team Services

Healing the Streets (HTS) is a new program that provides services to people experiencing homelessness who have mental health needs and may also be using substances like drugs and alcohol in a way that negatively impacts their lives.

HTS provides supportive case management services that include access to physical and behavioral health care and housing assistance. 

This program combines street medicine with an expanded level of behavioral health services, case management and peer support using a Critical Time Intervention model, and connection to housing navigation and housing support funds (for those who are eligible). County partners and key stakeholders work together to serve community members experiencing homelessness in the cities of Watsonville and Santa Cruz. The HTS program is funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration.

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Walk-ins are welcomed.

To schedule an appointment, contact:

General Information/Appointments:
(831) 454-2080 or Toll Free (866) 721-HPHP (4747)
After Hours Patient Calls:
(831) 454-5146

If you need healthcare, information on local food and shelter programs, referrals, or related topics, stop by to see one of the health nurses. Medical insurance is not required. Assistance to apply for Medi-Cal and other benefits is available. Walk-ins are welcomed.


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