Homeless Health


As part of our dedication to improving the health of medically underserved populations, our faculty and students promoting health, hope, and dignity for Houston's homeless through accessible and comprehensive care.

Healthcare for the Homeless Program

The Harris Health System Healthcare for the Homeless Program is an outreach entity of the Harris Health System's Community Health Program. The healthcare team provides a continuum of care with multiple points of entry, which enhances the ability of homeless individuals to access care.

Healthcare for the Homeless – Houston

Healthcare for the Homeless – Houston exclusively provides care for individuals who are homeless. Because we only serve patients who are homeless, we are able to tailor our clinical model and services to meet the distinct, and often, complex, health, and social needs of those we serve.

HOMES Clinic 

HOMES (Houston Outreach Medicine, Education, and Social Services), the only student-managed medical clinic in Houston, seeks to provide both quality healthcare to our patients as well as meaningful educational opportunities for our students.


Community Health


We partner with community-based organizations to provide high quality, evidence-based care to underserved areas and to help promote wellness initiatives in neighborhoods near our community health centers, school clinics and same-day.


Mental Health


Through collaboration with our community partners, Baylor College of Medicine provides access to quality mental health care to the adults, children and families of Houston and its surrounding areas.