Service Overview

San Francisco City Impact Health and Wellness Center is under the umbrella of San Francisco City Impact Rescue Mission, serving 47,000 residents of the Tenderloin District of San Francisco with a hot meals, spiritual and practical encouragement through volunteers, social workers and staff. City Impact also operates City Academy, a private elementary through high school attended by around 100 students from low income families as well as the home of the Adopt a Building program. Adopt a Building brings hope to the poor through positive personal relationships fostered by the program.

We offer an Urgent Care, 9 Specialists, Community Health Education, Patient Advocacy and a unique "Total Wellness Program."  We are working towards becoming the ‘medical home’ for low income residents in the Tenderloin that fall 250% below the federal description of the poverty line.

We are a place where a patient can receive a free screening and treatment, discuss and set health goals that encompasses the body, mind and spirit. Our treatment philosophy is similar to that of family medicine by taking into account a patient's total living environment, proactively seeking improvement through health education, lifestyle changes, and the availability of new positive relational experiences. 

All clinic services are provided by volunteers, free-of-charge for serviced provided by our clinic. Languages include Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog.