S.H.O.W. Clinic & Street Medicine Phoenix

About S.H.O.W. Clinic

Student Health Outreach for Wellness (SHOW) is a tri-university, interprofessional, undergraduate student run initiative dedicated to providing vulnerable populations with access to free healthcare and health education programs in Downtown Phoenix. We do this by providing free integrated clinical health services, health promotion and health literacy programs for vulnerable populations such as individuals experiencing homelessness, individuals from low income communities, and individuals recovering from substance use disorders.

Consisting of health professionals in the Maricopa County area as well as over 200 undergraduate and graduate volunteers from all three of Arizona’s state universities (Arizona State University, University of Arizona, and Northern Arizona University), we work every single week to provide vulnerable populations with health services that they desperately need.

Who We Are | Student Health Outreach for Wellness (SHOW) Clinic

S.H.O.W. Clinic & Street Medicine Phoenix

In 2017 co-founder’s Jeffery Hanna and Justin Zeien of Street Medicine Phoenix knew the importance of identifying a permanent medical home for individuals experiencing homelessness in Downtown Phoenix. While Street Medicine Phoenix operates remotely across the city, Student Health Outreach for Wellness is a stationary clinic, which has a network of clinics across the valley serving vulnerable populations including individuals experiencing homelessness, individuals from low income communities, and individuals recovering from substance use. Street Medicine Phoenix acts as the outreach arm to S.H.O.W. clinic to provide holistic care for hard-to-reach and vulnerable individuals living on the streets of Phoenix. 

 

Street Run Outreach at Grace Lutheran Church Downtown Phoenix