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The program brings mobile medical clinics to free meal programs, food banks, and encampments throughout Seattle and South King County.
Onsite the mobile medical team offers clients:
Walk-in primary care for acute and chronic conditions
STD, HIV and Hepatitis C testing
Access to behavioral health and chemical dependency specialists
Naloxone overdose prevention training and kits
The medical van does not carry narcotics nor provide any prescription pain medications.
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|May 14, 2017||$25||Charged Sliding Scale|