Our Partners



Not just a medical clinic...

Over the history of the IUSOC, we have expanded our services to include a variety of health care professionals. Our goal is to provide comprehensive care for our community and the tools necessary for access to resources and knowledge related to health and wellness. None of this would be accomplished without partnerships that make the IUSOC a unique, multi-disciplinary place where those in need can come for help.


NOTE: Please see the website calendar for when services are offered. Services listed for a given day, with the exception of dental, can be accessed during normal Saturday clinic hours (10 AM- 2 PM) at the Neighborhood Fellowship Church.  Dental services are available by appointment at People's Health Center from 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM on specific scheduled Saturdays of each month. See below for more details.

IU School of Medicine

  • We provide primary care-based medical services free of charge for the uninsured and underserved in our community. We address a wide variety of conditions, including infections, musculoskeletal complaints, high blood pressure and depression.
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  • Phone: (317) 278-1885

Butler University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

  • Services include medication and disease state counseling while providing free of charge medications from our ever expanding drug formulary.
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  • Phone: (317) 572-8267

IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law and Indiana Legal Services

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IU School of Social Work

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  • Phone: (317) 500-4181





IU School of Dentistry

  • The IUSD Student Outreach Clinic at People's Health and Dental Center serves the near Eastside neighborhood of Indianapolis, providing dental services such as education, screenings, cleanings, fillings, and extractions. All student dental services are directly supervised by IU faculty dentist volunteers.
  • Please call to schedule your appointment.
  • Phone: (317) 306-0216 or (317) 752-8715
  • E-mail:
    • Chair: Jey Bhaheetharan,
    • Vice Chair: Andrew Bartels,
  • Location: People's Health at 2340 East 10th Street

IU School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Physical Therapy


University of Indianapolis, Krannert School of Physical Therapy

  • Physical therapy services will be provided by IU and UIndy DPT students under the mentorship of upperclassmen and the guidance of licensed physical therapists.  The goal of physical therapy is to provide patient education, improve movement dysfunction, identify health risk factors, alleviate pain and enhance functional mobility for a variety of neuromusculoskeletal and cardiopulmonary conditions.
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  • Location: 2nd floor of the Neighborhood Fellowship Church

Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Department of Occupational Therapy

  • Occupational therapy (OT) services will be provided by IU Master of Science in Occupational Therapy students two times a month. These services will be guided by licensed, certified occupational therapists and will be led and delivered by second-year students who will work to mentor first-year students.
  • The focus of occupational therapy is on the therapeutic approach to “everyday life” activities (occupations) with individuals, groups, populations, or organizations to support participation, performance, and function in roles and situations in home, school, workplace, community, and other settings (AOTA Model Practice Act, 2011).
  • OT services will aim to address environmental, cognitive, physical, emotional, and other barriers to participation in the roles and activities meaningful to each client. An example: training and education on sleep routine, sleep environment, and stress management techniques in order to improve sleep, allowing for increased function at work, home, and in social participation.
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  • Phone: 317-758-7762
  • Location: Second floor of the Neighborhood Fellowship Church

Indiana University School of Nursing

  • Nursing services will be provided by clinical and volunteer student nurses from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).
  • Nursing services include "continuum of care" focusing on chronic disease management and client education.
  • Nursing services at the clinic are available all year round and nursing services with home visits are available during the fall and spring school semesters.

Timmy Global Health at IUPUI

  • Timmy Global Health at IUPUI is a college chapter of the Indianapolis-based non-profit Timmy Global Health. The mission of Timmy Global Health is to expand access to sustainable healthcare throughout the world and empower students and volunteers to impact global health disparities. The IUPUI chapter receives generous support from the Indiana University Foundation.
  • Students from our chapter, as well as those from Butler University, check-in patients and provide registration support for patients and the other clinic partners.
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