​SHP provides free preventive medical care to clients of all backgrounds

The Streetside Health Project (SHP) is a harm reduction health care program. The SHP works with several university partners including Temple, UPenn, Drexel and Thomas Jefferson University to provide free preventive medical care to clients of all backgrounds. The SHP has a special focus on linking people to medical insurance, primary care, and specialty care (particularly care for HIV and HCV). The SHP offers acute care in addition to wound care and abscess care, as well as testing for HIV and HCV. Overdose reversal trainings are also commonly conducted by SHP staff and volunteers. The program operates indoors at PPP's Kensington location and outdoors at established regular sites during the week.

*please keep in mind that SHP clinics are first-come-first-served. The closer you arrive to the start of the clinic, the better the chance that you will be seen.

For more information regarding the Streetside Health Project, contact Clayton Ruley:
                    215-634-5272 ext. 1102

Wednesday: 12pm – 4pm
          Location: 2913-15 Kensington Avenue (PPP)
Thursday (3rd Thursday of each month): 3pm - 5pm 
          Location: 11th St. and Indiana Ave. (mobile site)
Friday: 12pm - 3pm
          Location: 2913-15 Kensington Avenue (PPP)
Saturday: 11am – 1pm
          Location: 3rd St. and Girard Ave. – in front of Health Center #6 (mobile site)