One Health Clinic
The One Health Clinic, a partnership between Washington State University and the University of Washington, provides care to people experiencing homelessness and their pets.
WSU veterinarian Dr. Katie Kuehl and veterinary students team up with a nurse practitioner from Neighborcare Health and University of Washington medical, nursing, social work, public health and pharmacy students twice a month to provide care to young adults experiencing homelessness and pets.
When medical care is offered to people and pets, all members of the family unit are healthier—whether they have two legs or four.
The One Health Clinic, a first step in determining the need for animal care services for people facing homelessness in Seattle and King County, is currently based at New Horizons, a Seattle shelter for youth experiencing homelessness.
To learn when the next clinic will be held, visit the Facebook page @onehealthclinic.
Interested in starting a One Health Clinic in your community?
Find all the resources you need in our tool kit.
Are you a WSU veterinary student interested in the One Health Clinic?
Learn more about opportunities as part of the shelter medicine rotation.
One Health Clinic news
One Health Clinic in the news
- One Health Clinic: Revolutionizing Health Care for Unhoused Humans and Their Pets fearfreehappyhomes.com
- Youth clinic out of homeless shelter provides medical care for humans and pets cbsnews.com | KSTW Seattle
- Clinic Brings Free Health Care to Homeless Youth — and Their Beloved Pets Consumer.HealthDay.com
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