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Public Health - Seattle & King County

Health Care for the Homeless Network

The Health Care for the Homeless Network (HCHN) provides quality, comprehensive health care for people experiencing homelessness in King County and provides leadership to help change the conditions that deprive our neighbors of home and health.

About us
Historical information about Health Care for the Homeless Network, our governance, and philosophy of care

HCHN programs and services
What we do and where

Health care for people experiencing homelessness
Health information and where to get health care

Information for health care providers
Publications, resources and links

Seattle - King County medical respite program
The Medical Respite Program provides homeless individuals a safe place to recover from acute injury or illness

Health and Safety Project
Staff training and client discussion on a variety of health topics

Web resources
Web-based resources on homelessness and health


Stop Germs! Introduction to strategies for reducing communicable diseases for providers serving homeless populations
Watch Health Care for the Homeless' new 7-part video series:
Stop Germs! Introduction to strategies for reducing communicable diseases for providers serving homeless populations

This video series details tips on preventing germs through airborne, foodborne, bloodborne and direct/indirect contact.

Get Health Care for the Homeless Network e-mail updates
As a subscriber, you'll get an email alerting you of significant information posted to this page.

What's New at HCHN?
Community happenings, training opportunities, alerts, and more

The Health Care for the Homeless Network is supported by United Way of King County

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Link to us at
www.kingcounty.gov/health/hch