Health Outreach Program (HOP)
The Coalition's Health Outreach Program (HOP) was founded in 2002 to increase access to health care. By taking healthcare on the road, we are able to provide services in a variety of Denver locations and during evening hours.
The mobile medical clinic travels with a Medical Assistant accompanied by a Physician, Physician Assistant, or Nurse Practitioner. On board, HOP providers run two treatment rooms, a small pharmacy, and a lab. New patients are welcome to walk-in for care at any location. The primary goal of the HOP is to provide care for every patient onsite, and to encourage follow-up care at the Coalition’s Stout Street Health Center.
The HOP schedule is available here>>
HOP services include:
- Diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses
- Acute dental and vision care, and referrals to the Stout Street Health Center
- Foot and wound care
- Gynecological services
- Tuberculosis (TB) testing
- Vaccinations (Flu, TDAP, Hep A, and Hep B)
- STD exams and treatment, HIV and Hep C screenings
- General health maintenance
No need to bring anything with you, nor do you need insurance in order to be seen.
However, it is helpful, but not required to bring the following items:
- Photo ID or other form of identification
- List of current medications (or even the bottle)
- Medicaid card, if you have one
- Any paperwork you received, if recently discharged from a hospital
HOP Number:(303) 297-4089
Office: (303) 312-9523
Health Center: (303) 293-2220
As a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless’ (CCH) health care system is eligible for Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) medical malpractice liability protection. CCH is a Health Center Program grantee under 42 U.S.C. 254b and deemed a Public Health Service employee under 42 U.S.C. 233(g)-(n).