To provide access to quality, comprehensive, and compassionate healthcare to the underserved in our community.
- Quality – Utilize evidence based outcomes and client centered treatment techniques to engage the clients to participate in improving their quality of life in a flexible multidisciplinary team approach.
- Comprehensive – Enhance the quality of life by improving health disparities. Provide cost effective integrated treatment in a coordinated manner through multiple treatment episodes.
- Compassionate – Recognize that the realities of poverty, class, racism, social isolation, past trauma, sex based discrimination, cultural diversity and other social inequalities affect both people’s vulnerability to and capacity for effectively dealing with their health issues. Commit to serving with empathy and compassion while being non-judgmental and accepting. Create a positive environment for our clients, staff and volunteers to foster a trusting relationship.
- 59% of patients stated that coming to our clinic prevented them from going to the emergency room
- Bodart site clinic had over 2,400 visits in 2019
- Our Healthcare For The Homeless program treated 400 new patients in 2019
- N.E.W. Medical Clinic at NWTC had over 5,100 visits in 2019