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The Street Medicine Team is a partnership with Public Health Seattle and King County (PHSKC) and Downtown Emergency Services (DESC). It was born out of the recognized need to bring health services directly to those living unsheltered in our communities.

Our mission to ensure people who are unsheltered in King County have access to the health care they deserve, on their terms. We provide person centered services that are equitable and racially just through a harm reduction, trauma informed lens.

What do we do?

  • Health checks and assessments
  • STI/STD, HIV, Hepatitis C, Syphilis tests
  • Wound care
  • Foot care
  • Pregnancy Tests and Birth Control
  • Narcan overdose training and kits
  • Suboxone
  • Immunizations
  • COVID Testing
  • Medical insurance sign ups
  • Housing assessments (VI-SPDATs, VATs)
  • Linkages to housing and shelter
  • Linkages to behavioral health teams
  • Basic needs: water, snacks, hygiene kits

Our values

View our Mission and Values statement (PDF)


  • Anneleen Severynen
    Mobile Medical Program Manager
    206-263-8739

  • Sarah Fentin
    Behavioral Health Specialist
    425-961-5664

  • Julie Little
    Public Health Nurse
    206-406-7462

  • Kammi Lopez
    Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner
    206-643-3831

  • Carrie Reinhart
    Public Health Nurse
    206-556-6089

  • Penelope Toland
    Public Health Nurse
    206-503-5922

The Street Medicine Team

The Street Medicine Team


Homeless encampment under freeway


South Forest St

This calendar is updated weekly on Mondays and is subject to change
as referrals are received and triaged.