Medical Care

In partnership with Community Health Services, the Mission provides basic health care to our residents and emergency shelter guests.

The medical team screens for tuberculosis, administers and manages medications, and treats minor injuries.

To provide our students and guests with the most immediate care, we also have a pharmacy available onsite, which is stocked with non-habit-forming medications. Prescription drugs may be prescribed by medical staff.

Medical care hours

The medical clinic is open:

  • Tuesdays 7 a.m. to noon
  • Thursdays 7 a.m. to noon, 1-5 p.m.

The medical clinic is housed in our Mental Health Clinic at the Mission’s Men’s Campus. Learn more about our offerings in mental health.

Dental care

Thousands of people in need have gotten quality dental care through the Mission’s free dental clinic. As of October 2017, the clinic has branched off as Hope Dental Clinic, conveniently located at 800 Minnehaha Ave., in St. Paul. The warm and friendly clinic offers the same quality dental services as always at little to no cost including cleanings, extractions, and more.

If you have oral health needs and lack adequate dental insurance, visit the Hope Dental Clinic site to learn more.

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