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Striving to meet the medical needs of everyone in our community, GLFHC offers the only federally-funded Health Care for the Homeless Program in the Merrimack Valley.
GLFHC’s Health Care for the Homeless program (HCH) serves over 1,100 patients at community-based sites across the Merrimack Valley. Our medical team provides primary healthcare directly to this patient population at shelters, drop in centers, and soup kitchens for health issues ranging from diabetes to depression and exposure to the elements. In addition to providing primary healthcare, staff also assist in securing medications, health insurance, and directing our homeless patients towards local resources for food, emergency shelter, permanent housing and job training.
GLFHC provides health care to the homeless at community-based sites on a regularly scheduled basis. They include:
- YWCA – 38 Lawrence Street, Lawrence, MA
- YMCA – 40 Lawrence Street, Lawrence, MA
- The Point After Club – 43 Jackson Street, Lawrence, MA
- Good Shepherd Center – 260 Park Street, Lawrence, MA
- Daybreak Shelter – 75 North Parish Road, Lawrence, MA
- Oasis – 38 Lawrence Street, Lawrence, MA
- Bread & Roses Soup Kitchen – 58 Newbury Street, Lawrence, MA
- Mitch’s Place – 127 How Street, Haverhill, MA
- Haverhill YWCA – 107 Winter Street, Haverhill, MA
- Drop-In Center (UU Church ) – 16 Ashland Street, Haverhill, MA
- Emmaus House – 150 How Street, Haverhill MA
- Lowell Transitional Living Center – 205-209 Middlesex Street Lowell MA
- CAB Transitions – 365 East Street, Tewksbury, MA
GLFHC’s Mobile Health Unit – check back soon for regularly scheduled sessions and their locations.