Health Care for the Homeless Annual Report

Click here to read the 2017 Annual Report of Health Care for the Homeless. The report describes how HCHN (Health Care for the Homeless Network) continues to strengthen the health care safety net for their most medically vulnerable patients and provide leadership to bring a focus on health needs into initiatives aimed at moving people into safe and stable housing.

Key Accomplishments:

  • Increased communicable disease outbreak prevention
  • Raised awareness on the continued need for hygiene services
  • Selected new East and South King County partners
  • Connected families to care through nurse-led partnerships

Health Care for the Homeless Network is part of a national movement to provide comprehensive health care and secure housing for all. They are one of more than 180 Health Care for the Homeless projects nationwide and one of the largest, serving more than 20,000 people annually.