A student-run streetside clinic that serves the unhoused and other marginalized communities every week--rain or shine.

Services Provided

Every Wednesday at the Hollywood Food Coalition, clients are able to receive acute medical care, referrals to social services, transportation vouchers, hygiene items, and clean clothing at no cost. External partners are occasionally brought on site to provide services such as prescription glasses, haircuts, free phones, HIV tests, and showers, among others.

Who We Serve

The majority of our clients are individuals experiencing homelessness. On average we serve around 70 clients per week, with about 15 clients being seen each week for medical reasons.

Mission and Goals

The Mobile Clinic Project at UCLA aims to improve the health outcomes and quality of life of unhoused and other underserved individuals by connecting them to the existing continuum of care. We strive to establish a safe, nonjudgmental environment where people of all backgrounds can receive direct medical care, social services, and compassionate connection.

Partnership Inquiries

Undergraduate Coordinators

Campus Affiliation

David Geffen School of Medicine
UCLA Fielding School of Public Health
Box 95
Los Angeles, CA 90095