The Homeless Health Service provides confidential healthcare, advice and support for homeless people in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
Homeless Health is a flexible, sensitive and responsive service designed to deliver positive outcomes, the Homeless Health Service is run by professionals who understand the challenges homeless people face.
Taking into account complex needs – from substance dependency to depression – the team at the Homeless Health Service builds a client’s trust by allowing time to encourage engagement and the successful transfer to mainstream primary care services. Services are based at The Compass Centre in Stokes Croft, Bristol, but staff offer outreach clinics in several locations around the city including The Wild Goose Cafe, One25 Logos House and Longhills.
Open sessions run Monday to Friday on a drop-in basis, to see our full timetable and opening hours please click here. To make an appointments with the SMART team, Health Link team, Optician or Podiatrist, please visit a member of our reception team at the Compass Centre.
Our supervised methadone and resettlement team (SMART) run a supportive prescribing service for clients who are homeless and opiate dependent.
Our Health Link team provide specialist advice, guidance and support to clients with long term and severe health problems.