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Homeless Youth
(Country Doctor)

Free medical services for high risk street youth are provided by Adolescent Clinic physicians and trainees at Country Doctor Clinic. Services are walk in on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Our mission is to provide for the medical needs of street involved youth between the ages of 12 and 24. The clinic provides medical care, lab tests and prescription and over-the-counter medications, if indicated and available, at no cost to the youth. Shelter referrals, including medical respite, are made if indicated and available. Clinic staff are also able to make and support appropriate referrals for mental health care, drug treatment, meals, clothing, alternative drop-in school as well as healthy social and recreational choices. Bus tokens are provided after a visit if needed.

To contact us or to attend one of the clinics:

Monday and Tuesday evenings from 6:00-9:00 PM

Country Doctor Clinic
500 19th Ave. E.
Seattle, WA

Telephone: (206) 461-4503

 

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