The Foreign-born/Refugee Health program works in partnership with local resettlement agencies (Exodus and Catholic Charities), Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH), FSSA, and healthcare providers to provide eligible clients with culturally and linguistically appropriate health screenings, assessments, and referrals. Our population includes refugees, secondary refugees, asylees, parolees, victims of human trafficking, and those seeking to become permanent U.S. residents.
Mission: To provide medical screening and care to all eligible clients thereby promoting disease prevention, meet client initial healthcare needs, and assist in the facilitation of establishing a long-term primary care home.
Vision: All eligible clients will have access to preventive and curative medical care that contributes significantly to their health and well-being as well as to the public health of their new communities.
Adjustment of Status Examinations
Nurse of the Day (NOD) schedule (to complete immunization/vaccines and Tuberculosis screening)
Bellflower Clinic (to complete syphilis and gonorrhea screenings)
Catholic Charities Indianapolis, Refugee and Immigrant Services
- Can assist with interpreter services for clinic appointments
CDC’s Immigrant and Refugee Health
Indiana State Department of Health Refugee Health Program
U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, & Migration
U.S. Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement