Circle the City has four mobile medical units that deliver integrated healthcare to men, women, and children facing homelessness.  

The mobile healthcare teams provide primary, preventive and behavioral healthcare. The teams travel to all parts of Maricopa County, providing care in parks, permanent supportive housing complexes, social service and other community agencies. 

To find a mobile medical team near you click here for the monthly calendar.

Outreach Sites

Mental Health Street Medicine Team (MHSM)
St. Vincent De Paul – Watkins

420 W Watkins Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003


North Valley Neighborhood Partnership (NVNP)
St. Vincent De Paul – SVDP
Cortez Park

9227 N 10th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021
3434 W Dunlap Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85051


East Valley Neighborhood Partnership (EVNP)
St. Vincent De Paul – SVDP
Tempe Oasis
Paz de Cristo
La Mesa Ministries
Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA)
Mouer Park

67 W Broadway Road, Mesa 85210
1880 E Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281
424 W Broadway Road, Mesa, AZ 85210
805 N Country Club Drive, Mesa, AZ 85201
2146 Apache Blvd, Tempe, AZ 85281
701 N Mill Ave, Tempe, AZ 85281


Central Valley Neighborhood Partnership (CVNP)

3333 E Van Buren Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008


Central Valley Neighborhood Partnership II (CVNP)
Human Services Campus – Inside/Outside Gate

204 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007


West Valley Neighborhood Partnership (WVNP)
Glendale Resource Center
St. Vincent De Paul – Watkins
Washington Street Shelter

7031 N 56th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301
420 W Watkins Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003
2739 E Washington St, Phoenix, AZ 85034


Street Medicine

Circle the City’s Street Medicine Outreach approach is to engage homeless and unsheltered individuals who do not readily access primary medical care services in the community by delivering this care in river bottoms, canals, alleys, street corners and parks. Street medicine care is “transitional”, with the goal of connecting patients to comprehensive medical and behavioral health services that encompass patient needs. A critical component of the outreach model of care delivery is “meeting the client” where they are physically, emotionally, and mentally. The street outreach approach to care is predicated on the foundational idea that bringing services directly to the patient or client is the first step in developing and maintaining a therapeutic relationship. CTC’s street medicine outreach team consists of a Physician Assistant, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Medical Coordinator. Street medicine outreach fills a gap in essential safety net services and is often the only medical care that many people facing homelessness are able or willing to access.

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