Clinic Locations and Programs

Caroline Street Clinic (headquarters)

Primary Care - By appointment or walk-in
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - noon; 1 PM - 5 PM
Friday 8 AM - noon

Case Management - By appointment or walk-in
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - noon; 1 PM - 5 PM
Friday 8 AM - noon

Counseling - By appointment only
Monday 1 PM - 5 PM
Tuesday 9 AM - noon
Wednesday 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Thursday 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday 8 AM - 2 PM

Dental Clinic - By appointment only
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - noon; 1 PM - 5 PM
Friday 8 AM - noon

Psychiatry - By appointment or walk-in
Tuesday 8 AM - noon


Monday – Thursday
8 am - noon; 1 pm - 5 pm

8 am - noon


1934 Caroline Street
Houston, TX 77002

(713) 286-6000


cathedral clinic @ the beacon

Primary Care Medical - By appointment or walk-in
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM
Friday - Saturday 8 AM - noon

Case Management - By appointment or walk-in
Monday - Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM
Friday 8 AM - noon 

Counseling - By appointment or walk-in
Tuesday  9 AM - 5 PM

Podiatry - Walk-in
Saturday 9 AM - 11 AM

Psychiatry - By appointment or walk-in
Thursday 1 PM - 5 PM 

HOMES Student-managed Primary Care Clinic
Sunday 9 AM - 1 PM


Open 7 days per week. See schedule.


1212 Prairie Street
Houston, TX 77002

(713) 220-9730


Clinic at star of hope men’s development center

Primary Medical Care - Walk-in for those sheltered at S.O.H
Wednesday 8 AM - 4:30 PM


Wednesday 8 AM - 4:30 PM


1811 Ruiz
Houston, TX 77002

(713) 266-5426


project access: transportation project

Project Access is Houston’s only, regularly scheduled, no charge transportation service for homeless individuals. It’s designed to help homeless Houstonians travel to and from organizations that provide essential services such as health care, meals, shelter, and social services. A 40 passenger bus travels the 23 agency route Monday through Friday, 52 weeks a year.

If you need a printed version of the complete schedule and time table, please go to one of the following links:
Quick facts & ticket distribution sites    
Bus Schedule 

Project Access is supported by the City of Houston Housing and Community Development Department.


For more information about Project Access or for agencies interested in becoming a ticket distribution site, please call 713-286-6168.

The Project Access Bus is free of charge to any homeless person, but every rider must have a ticket for each ride. Tickets are available at any of the sites listed below.

Ticketing sites

Healthcare for the Homeless – Houston (HHH) Clinics
1934 Caroline Street and 1212 Prairie Street

The Beacon
1212 Prairie Street (John S. Dunn Outreach Center)

Lord of the Streets
3401 Fannin Street

Harris Center for Mental Health & IDD - Bristow Center/PATH
2627 Caroline Street

2015 Congress Avenue

Star of Hope Men's Development Center
1811 Ruiz Street

Star of Hope Women & Family Emergency Shelter
419 Dowling Street

The Houston Launch Pad (tickets for veterans only)
2656 S. Loop West, Suite 230

VA Med Center - Substance Dependence Treatment Program (tickets for veterans only)
2002 Holcombe Blvd.

Vision fair

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Twice per year, Dr. Russel and Dr. Lisa Malik close their private practice and set up a mobile eye clinic to provide comprehensive vision screenings and eye glasses for those in need of eye care.

on-site care within supportive housing (1115 Medicaid waiver - integrated care for the chronically homeless, and hud-supported for those homeless post-harvey)

HHH partners with SEARCH Homeless Services and New Hope Housing to provide on-site care teams that include a nurse, community health workers, behavioral health consultants and clinical case managers. Those who are housed through these programs go through Coordinated Access.

the jail inreach project

The Jail Inreach Project was established in 2007 by HHH in collaboration with the Harris Center for Mental Health & IDD and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Clients begin working with an HHH case manager while still incarcerated to develop a post-release plan, and secondarily, as means of relationship-building, an important aspect of engaging this marginalized population in on-going care. Rather than being released in the middle of the night, as is standard practice, participants have the option for a day release into the care of their case manager, who meets them at the jail and walks with them to the Cathedral Clinic located just blocks away in order to prevent clients from “falling through the cracks.” Immediately upon release, clients have appointments for medical services to avoid lapses in treatment. Case managers also help with applications for disability, identification, and arrangements for specialized referrals into housing, treatment and/or other social services, as available and based on the client’s individual needs. The Jail Inreach Project has been nationally recognized as a best practice and model program.

student teaching programs

homes student-managed clinic

HHH operates the only student-managed clinic in Houston, the HOMES Clinic. This program is part of our commitment to fostering the next generation of healthcare professionals as compassionate and skilled clinicians. Students from Baylor College of Medicine, University of Houston College of Pharmacy and Graduate College of Social Work and from the University of Texas at Houston are overseen by licensed volunteer and staff clinicians. They provide clinic-based and outreach services every Sunday at the Cathedral Clinic location. 

Formal Teaching Programs

The HHH Dental Clinic serves as a formal rotation site for Dental Hygiene students from Houston Community College and dental students from University of Texas, Howard University and the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health. As well as pre-dental students.

The medical clinics also serve as student-teaching for a variety of disciplines, including pharmacy, medical, public health, nursing, behavioral health and social work.

For more information, visit the Volunteer page.

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medical street outreach

HHH provides medical street outreach with several community partners.