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  1. Samaritan Homeless ClinicCompassionate Medical Care for the Homeless 921 S Edwin C Moses Blvd Dayton, Ohio 45417 (937) 461-1376 Fax: (937) 461-9280 Open Mon & Thurs 7:30 am-4:30 pm, Tues & Wed 7:30-6:30;Friday 7:30 am-2:30 pm Walk-ins welcome *closed 11:30 am-12:30 pm for lunch Operated by the Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Dental Psychiatric Counseling Social Work Substance Abuse Recovery Respite Care Education

  2. What is Homelessness ? • A homeless individual is defined in section 330(h)(4)(A) as "an individual who lacks housing (without regard to whether the individual is a member of a family), including an individual whose primary residence during the night is a supervised public or private facility (e.g., shelters) that provides temporary living accommodations, and an individual who is a resident in transitional or permanent supportive housing targeted to homeless populations.”" • A homeless person is an individual without permanent housing who may live on the streets; stay in a shelter, mission, single room occupancy facilities, abandoned building or vehicle; or in any other unstable or non- permanent situation. • An individual may be considered to be homeless if that person is "doubled up," a term that refers to a situation where individuals are unable to maintain their housing situation and are forced to stay with a series of friends and/or extended family members. • Previously homeless individuals who are to be released from a prison or a hospital may be considered homeless if they do not have a stable housing situation to which they can return. • Recognition of the instability of an individual's living arrangements is critical to the definition of homelessness.

  3. SHC Services in 2011 • Medical 38%, Dental 11%, Mental Health 14%, AOD 8%, Social work 26% • Respite days 732 • Male 70 % Female 30% • Caucasian 46%; African- American 52%; Other 2% • Funding Sources- Federal 71%, GSH 20%, Local donations 7%, State Funds 2% • Insurance coverage 15%, Uninsured 85%