SET Clinics

Family Clinic at Phoenix Tower.

These are the tough situations SET patients face on a regular basis. SET provides the basic medical care to those in need. SET is the “SafetyNet” that fills the gaps in the health care system.

Our family clinic, with the help of volunteer health care professionals, provides compassionate primary care to uninsured, under-insured, low income and medicaid patients.

Learn more about the Family Clinic.

Homeless Clinic at the Marian House.

Our clinic, located inside Catholic Charities Marian House, provides medical care and medications to the homeless and very low income population. The health care services are provided by volunteers doctors, nurses and intake coordinators. We also assists patients with referrals to other community resources.

In addition to these services we provide free OTC medications, personal hygiene products and socks.

Learn more about the Homeless Clinic.

Immunization Clinics.

Immunizations for children ages 4-18 offered free year round through the VFC program.

Requirements for free immunization:

Medicaid eligible


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.

Learn more about the Immunization Clinics.