This free clinic, with the help of volunteer health care professionals, provides basic health care to uninsured, under-insured and low income people without discrimination.
Services include treatment of minor illnesses such as bronchitis, sore throats, earaches, eye infections, minor dermatological conditions, hypertension and diabetes. A limited number of school, day care and sports physicals are also available. SET does not offer OB/GYN, dental or mental health services. Click Here for more information on the Family Clinic.
Homeless Clinic at the Marian House
Provides basic medical care to the homeless and very low income population. The healthcare services are provided by volunteers doctors and nurses. There is also assistance for clients with connecting them to other healthcare resources. In addition to these services, SET provides personal hygiene products and conduct sock exchanges. Click here for more information about the Homeless Clinic
Senior Well Being Clinics throughout El Paso County
The Senior Well Being clinics are held monthly at 10 HUD subsidized senior housing units, community centers and new in 2012, the Colorado Springs Senior Center. SET volunteers will review the history and current health of the seniors, providing health and social assessment, education and referrals. Click here for more information about the Senior Well Being Clinics
Children Immunization Clinics
Immunizations for children ages 4-18
-Uninsured -American Indian or Alaskan Native
All Children MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian and MUST bring their immunization records to the appointment for the children to be seen.