Healthcare for the Homeless Program
Healthcare for the Homeless Program Overview
The Cincinnati Health Network is a system of health care and supportive service providers that create a seamless continuum of care for people experiencing homelessness in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. CHN offers a comprehensive program of primary medical and mental health services, substance abuse addictions treatment, respite care, and referrals to dental and other health services. The Cincinnati Health Network, through the Health Care for the Homeless Program, partners with experienced organizations and community providers to address the gaps in service delivery and improve the overall health status of those experiencing homelessness.
As the only Federally Qualified Health Center in this area dedicated exclusively to meeting the complex health care needs of homeless individuals and families and recognized as a Patient Centered Medical Home by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), CHN plays a critical role in serving over 10,000 patients annually.
Healthcare for the Homeless Program Services
The Cincinnati Health Network offers Walk-in, Same-day, and Scheduled Appointments; sees patients regardless of their ability to pay; takes Medicaid, Medicare, and other types of insurance and regardless of the patient’s housing status, will provide assistance to those seeking health care services.