Expertise & specialties
SCC’s multidisciplinary outreach team includes case managers, mental health clinicians, peer providers, dentists, and medical providers. Together, we assist members of our community with the highest need beyond the walls of our health centers, providing the care they need, when they need it.
Engagement & outreach
In 2018, Saban Community Clinic launched the E6 Street Medicine program to provide services beyond our clinic walls, directly to the community. We primarily serve those experiencing homelessness in the Hollywood and mid-town areas. In collaboration with key community partners across Los Angeles County, we provide medical services while patients transition to safe, supportive, and permanent housing.
If you are an agency interested in partnering with Saban Community Clinic, please contact our Program Manager.
Free shower program
Saban Community Clinic provides free shower services on a first come, first serve basis. Services operate at two of our locations with an average of over 100 showers per week. Since the program’s inception, thousands of men and women have used our newly renovated facilities. Patients are invited to meet with a case manager and then offered a hygiene kit, a light snack, and clothing when available.
Beverly Health Center
Monday – Friday, 7:30 am - 12:30 pm
Hollywood Health Center
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 7:30 am - 12:30 pm
Saban provides individuals with a bag of essentials to make an immediate impact on the lives of those experiencing homelessness. The kits may include clean socks, underwear, clothes, feminine and personal care items, bottled water and snacks. For a free kit, visit our Beverly or Hollywood locations.
Housing & job training
We proudly provide case management services to assist people experiencing homelessness. Our case management teams connect patients to social service programs specializing in housing, training, and job opportunities.
A message from Saban Community Clinic
The right path
Our free shower program can be the first step to a new life. If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness, we invite you to meet with a case manager who is ready to assist you. They can help you get immediate access to medical, dental, and behavioral health care and even assist with referrals to housing and job training just as we did with Michael McBride, a former client featured in the video below.