Sonoran University of Health Sciences’ Community Health Program has been dedicated to providing healthcare for underserved communities for over 20 years. Our community clinics are located throughout Maricopa County in impoverished school districts, a domestic violence shelter, an HIV/AIDS clinic, a shelter for women and children recovering from trauma and homelessness, and a rehabilitation facility. By providing healthcare to those who can’t afford it, we are empowering underprivileged communities and providing a healthy foundation by which they can begin to improve their lives.
In partnership with The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, our new clinic provides free healthcare for their 200-resident shelter on Washington and 28th Street in Phoenix.
The Tempe Elementary Clinic offers healthcare from pediatrics to geriatrics 2 days a week for the Tempe Elementary Community.
Sonoran University of Health Sciences’ Roosevelt Health Center, located within the Roosevelt School District, treats students and families from 19 different schools.
Arthur M. Hamilton Elementary, located in the Murphy School District, is typical of schools in Phoenix’s underprivileged neighborhoods.
As the largest domestic violence shelter in Arizona, Sojourner Center has been an advocate for domestic violence victims and survivors since 1977.
Changing Lives is a recovery program offering long-term, comprehensive services to women and children.
The Southwest Center is the largest clinical trial, education, behavioral health and nutrition support center dedicated to fighting HIV and AIDS in the Southwest.