Sulzbacher’s newest addition to its health services is a mobile unit providing primary and behavioral healthcare to persons experiencing homelessness in Jacksonville’s downtown core. The Healthmobile is an expansion of the Urban Rest Stop at Sulzbacher’s Downtown Campus. The Rest Stop is a partnership between the City of Jacksonville, Sulzbacher, and Mental Health Resource Center, and is a place for people experiencing homelessness to go during the day to receive services including job and housing placement.

The Healthmobile is comprised of a waiting room and two private exam rooms to provide dignified care to people who are the most vulnerable and are disconnected from existing services. This program removes the barriers of transportation by bringing medical care and case management to those in urgent need of the services, restoring health, hope, and self-sufficiency. In addition to medical services, following assessment and intake, clients will be paired with appropriate services to obtain housing referrals for case management and permanent housing.  To find out the Healthmobile’s current route, call 904-422-6921.