Where Are We?

DeSales Free Clinic at the Allentown Rescue Mission- est 2007

Located at the Allentown Rescue Mission, this shelter based clinic serves men utilizing any program within the Allentown Rescue Mission. This is a student-run clinic by the DeSales University Physician Assistant Program. It also offers case management and dental services.

DeSales Free Clinic at the Truth Home- est 2015

Located at the Truth Home in Bethlehem, PA, this shelter based clinic serves women recovering from human trafficking. It is also a student-run clinic by the DeSales University Physician Assistant Program.

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Soup Kitchen Clinic- est 2014

Located at 8th and Walnut Street in the heart of Allentown, this soup kitchen based clinic serves those seeking care on Wednesdays from 11-2. This clinic is run by the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine Program.

New Bethany Ministries Clinic- est 2015

Located in South Bethlehem, New Bethany Ministries has a soup kitchen based clinic two Monday’s per month during lunch time hours. This clinic is run by the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine Program.

Valley Youth House Clinic- est 2015

Located in Bethlehem PA, Valley Youth House provides shelter and other services for homeless youth. This shelter-based clinic provides health care twice per month for those residing at the shelter. This clinic is run by the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine Program in conjunction with the University of South Florida (USF) SELECT medical students.

Safe Harbor Clinic- est 2014

Located in Easton, PA, Safe Harbor provides shelter and services for men and women recovering from homelessness. This shelter base clinic provides health care services twice per week. This clinic is run by the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine Program.

Ecumenical Kitchen Clinic- est 2015

Located in Allentown, the Ecumenical Kitchen provides meals for those in need. This soup kitchen based clinic sees patients twice per month. This clinic is run by the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine Program.

Winter Shelter Clinic- est 2014

Located in Allentown, the 6th and Chew Winter Shelter received weekly healthcare during it’s inaugural season. This clinic is run by the Lehigh Valley Health Network Street Medicine Program.

Comments
  1. Elizabeth says:

    The church I belong to helps support the Truth Home and I am contacting you because I am a nurse, currently a SAHM of twins, and in my final chapter of my undergrad in Psychology. Do you allow people to volunteer? If so I am very interested in finding out where I could be of service. If not, do you know any type of program like this that does incorporate volunteers?
    Thank you for your time and for your dedication.
    Kindly,
    Elizabeth M-H

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    • Elizabeth- Thank you for reaching out to me! We aren’t using volunteers just yet for the medical side of the house at the Truth Home but I will keep you in mind if we get to that point. However, I would encourage you to go to thevast.org which is the website for valley against sex trafficking. They hold community meetings every other month and are often looking for help for various things. They are a great organization!

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  2. I am the former Director of an agency in Easton that dealt with the homeless long before most of the shelters in the area. I started as a outreach worker and fell into the position of ED I was killing all of the other agencies by providing top quality services In fact I have a WordPress blog you may want to check quit.I know every resource out there and got into a car accident in 2008 and before that politics got involved and my contract was not renewed I was devastated and have continued to try and help people when and wherever I can !!!! I have a wealth of knowledge and no here to share it ,If you want to contact me you can at sandraweiss101@gmail.com

    I am also desperately in need of a dental clinic if you know of one I would love to find it.I was in a bad car accident and the meds ruined my teeth I need dentures and have no means to pay as I am on disability If you know I would gladly trade the best case management in exchange for some dental help lol Keep up the great work 610 905 9226
    Peace and

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  3. Linda Hoffstetter says:

    Hi I am president of a local church group that would like to make assorted donations but am having difficulty finding a contact number or email for your group. Thank you. hoffyphotos@aol.com

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  4. Arlene Eltringham says:

    I was at the Jaeger-Tilly conference on Friday and was impressed with your work. I am a retired RN from LVHN and was wondering if there are any volunteering opportunities with your efforts? My husband is also retired and willing to help.

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  5. Kristina says:

    I have some winter coats, boots, and gloves and was wondering where I can drop them off? I missed the donation event at the hospital. Please email me and let me know. Thank you!

    Best,
    Kristina

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