Accessible health care and healing is a human right. We work for a community where health and healing are available to all.

In Boulder County, 47,000 people live without health insurance.*

1,000 people (including 526 children and 247 single parents) are homeless.*

Families are the fastest growing group of homeless.*

St. Benedict HHM volunteer health care professionals offer free clinics weekly. One at St. John's Episcopal Church, 1419 Pine Street in downtown Boulder; one at First Congregational Church, 1128 Pine Street in Boulder; one at Sister Carmen Community Center's Food Bank 655 Aspen Ridge Drive in Lafayette; one at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2200 Broadway in Boulder; and the OUR Center in Longmont. Starting in June 2016 we will be expanding clinics with Boulder Housing Partners alternating each month between the Walnut Place where we have held clinic since Jan. 2015 and adding the Canyon Point location.

Our Free Clinics provide:

  • Heart health and blood pressure screening and education
  • Diabetes education
  • Low level triage (assessment and care planning)
  • Referrals to a primary care provider and local community clinic
  • Health care education and advocacy
  • Access to mammography
  • Access to Dental Aid and dental health screening
  • Access to HIV testing and counseling
  • Diabetic screening
  • Simple wound care

Every free clinic is an oasis of hospitality and compassion.

St Benedict Health and Healing Ministry has a home office and clinic in partnership with Sister Carmen Community Center. Check out this Daily Camera video!

St. Benedict is a ClinicNET affiliate clinic

Behold, I will bring to them health and healing;
I will let my people see peace.
Jeremiah 33:6

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*Stats from The Community Foundation Serving Boulder County’s Boulder County Trends report.

St. Benedict Health and Healing Ministry P. O. Box 325 Louisville Colorado 80027 303-380-3132