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Newcomers Health Program Refugee and Asylee Health Assessment Program

Care for refugees and humanitarian immigrants

The Newcomers Health Program located at the Family Health Center provides health screenings and support services to newly-arrived refugees.

We serve adults and families of all ages living in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin counties with the following humanitarian protection granted by the U.S. government:

  • Refugee
  • Asylee
  • Humanitarian Parolees
  • Special Immigrant Visa
  • Victim of Trafficking / T- Visa

We help navigate health coverage and provide medical screenings including physical exams, lab tests including tuberculosis (TB) screening, vaccines, treatment, and referrals to specialists.

Contact us 
There are 4 ways you can reach us:

  1. SUBMIT A REFERRAL FORM HERE and our team will contact you.
  2. Call 628-206-8608
  3. Text message 415-806-7599
  4. Email:

Recently granted asylum status?
Find out what benefits and programs are now available to you by joining the monthly New Asylee Orientation.

Asylum Seeker Health Services (ASHS)

Applying for asylum status and need help connecting with health care?

Please submit a referral form or call 628-206-7653.

We’re Here to Help

Speak with our Caring Staff

For information and appointments:


Text messages to:
415 806 7599

628 206 8608

Mon – Fri
8:30am – 4:30pm

Our Location

Zuckerberg San Francisco General
995 Potrero Ave (between 21st and 22rd Streets)
5th Floor (Green Team)

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We Speak Your Language

Everyone is welcome. We have staff who speak these languages.

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Cantonese
  • Mandarin
  • Filipino
  • Mongolian
  • Arabic
  • Russian
  • Toishanese

Refugee, Immigrant, and Asylee Services

Just some of the services we provide.

  • Health Assessments
  • Mental Health Assessments
  • Health Education
  • Medical Interpreting (at Family Health Center)
  • Medical and Social Services Referrals
  • Links to Specialty Services and Continuing Health Care