We are often known in our communities as the “International Clinic” and see patients from over 35 countries.
We provide a 3 times weekly health clinic (primary languages: Spanish, English, Mongolian, and Mam) and a referral network that connects clients to local community health care providers and basic need services.
Street Level’s free health screenings are open to anyone regardless of documentation or health insurance status. We offer basic diagnostic and treatment services, as well as referrals for primary, specialty and urgent care. Our services are available without regard to ethnicity, race, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, country of origin or ability to pay.
Drop-in Health Screening Clinic Mondays: 10:00am to 1:30pm
Wednesdays: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Thursdays: 3:30pm to 6:30pm
Spanish, English, Nepali, and Mongolian (Mon/Wed only).
Mam, Chinese and Vietnamese
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Street Level provides free assistance to clients who need support in navigating the local systems and services available for healthcare, legal, mental health, substance use, housing, food and more. We maintain an up-to-date registry of referrals and community resources, and we work closely with each individual or family to connect them with services appropriate for their needs, language, culture, income and location.
Mam Health Access
Alameda County is home to thousands of indigenous Central American immigrants, refugees and asylees, whose mother tongues are a variety of Indigenous languages unrelated to Spanish, including Mam, Quiché, Jakalteco/Popti’ and Kacchiquel. Street Level’s outreach and health access program reaches out specifically to the local Mam-Mayan community through the work of our trilingual Mam-Spanish interpreter, Francisco Pablo. As part of Street Level’s outreach team, Don Francisco works with Mam-speaking day laborers on the streets to let them know about our services and share their particular needs and concerns at Street Level. During our Wednesday health screening clinic, Don Francisco is available as a Mam-Spanish interpreter throughout a client’s visit to Street Level.
Mongolian Health Access
We provide health education and information to the immigrant Mongolian community both in the East Bay and beyond. We work with the Mongolian community to advocate for better access to culturally and linguistically competent health care and social services. The Mongolian Health Access Program provides free general health screening and treatment at Street Level Health Project for basic health problems. We work closely with Asian Health Services to provide more extensive health care.
Our Health Access Mongolian phone number is 510-355-7843.
Mondays: 11am – 4pm Spanish only Wednesdays: 11pm – 4pm Spanish only Thursdays: 4pm – 7pm Spanish and English
Individuals are provided with a safe space to share their experiences, and supported to create a plan to address issues in their lives. Our counselor can also help clients navigate the healthcare and community service systems to access specific services such as substance use, violence prevention or support groups.