Veterinarian Clinic in San Francisco CA provides free veterinary care for the companion animals of homeless San Franciscans and connects their human guardians to health services. The program offers twice monthly pop-up veterinary clinics at sites throughout the city, including soup kitchens, street corners and under freeway overpasses. They also provide weekly curbside delivery of pet food and supplies.
Vet SOS provides free veterinary care to companion animals of homeless San Franciscans and links their guardians with health care services. They operate twice monthly pop-up veterinary clinics and provide weekly curbside delivery of pet food and supplies. They also offer telemedicine and medication refills by appointment.
PHS/SPCA operates a state-of-the-art mobile spay/neuter surgery suite that travels to targeted neighborhoods on the Peninsula (including San Francisco) to perform low-cost spay/neuter surgeries for owned pets. This helps to control pet overpopulation and prevent accidental litters that create a new generation of unwanted animals. Each year, this program alters more than 1,000 cats and dogs, reducing the number of unwanted kittens and puppies that end up in the shelter system.
The SFCCC develops programs and advocates for policies to increase access to community-based primary care for all San Franciscans, especially the uninsured. They deliver health care in culturally-, linguistically-, and population-sensitive settings. Their two primary programs are Street Outreach Services (SOS) and Vet SOS.
The veterinary clinic is part of the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, a nonprofit that develops programs and advocates for policies that increase access to community-based primary care for all San Franciscans. Its two primary programs include SOS, a traveling van that visits sites throughout the city and Vet SOS, which provides free veterinary care for homeless people and their pets. It also offers twice monthly pop-up veterinary clinics and weekly curbside delivery of food and supplies.
We encourage you to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. Please call our office or fill out the contact form to the right. You can also click on “Request Appointment” to schedule an appointment online! The clinic also partners with the San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium who provides street outreach services through their SOS and Vet SOS programs. They bring a team of doctors, nurses, and outreach workers directly to people living in SF street encampments, soup kitchens, under freeway passes, and on city streets.