Passion for Health. Compassion for People.

SHOW provides a holistic range of services to vulnerable populations in the greater Phoenix area such as individuals experiencing homelessness, individuals from low income communities, and individuals recovering from substance use disorders. Our current range of services include:

1. 

Health Education

Programs

2.

Hotspotting

3.

Street Medicine - 

Phoenix

We provide weekly health education programs to our clients, educating them about everything from mental health to foot and ankle care.

Starting in Fall 2019, in collaboration with Valleywise Health , we began serving high utilizers of our healthcare system.

Using a street-based care model, we will provide acute medical care to individuals experiencing homelessness in the streets of Downtown Phoenix.

Arizona State University Students

HCR 494/ CRD 494: Interprofessional Education and Community Health ​​

  • Location: ASU Downtown Campus

  • Instructor: Liz Harrell (SHOW's Program Director)

  • Mondays 3-5 PM (service hours also held on Mondays 3-5 PM)

  • Prerequisites: None

  • Credits: 3 | Session C

  • Description: The community-engaged service-learning course exposes students to community health and interprofessional education through the delivery of team-based services with vulnerable populations. Students build on their professional practice skills as they develop interprofessional competencies.

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HCR 494 / CRD 494: Interprofessional Education & Comprehensive Systems Health

  • Location/Time: Online

  • Instructor: Liz Harrell (SHOW's Program Director)

  • iCourse

  • Prerequisites: HCR/CRD 494 Interprofessional Education & Community Health course OR HCR/CRD 494 Interprofessional Education & Complex Health course OR permission of the course faculty.

  • Credits: 1-3 | Session C

  • Description: The community-engaged experiential learning course integrates students into comprehensive systems health and interprofessional education through the creation of team-based community impact projects with vulnerable populations. Students refine their professional practice and leadership skills as they integrate interprofessional competencies.

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HCR 494 / CRD 494: Interprofessional Education and Complex Health 

  • Location: ASU Downtown Campus

  • Instructor: Liz Harrell (SHOW's Program Director)

  • Mondays 3-5 PM

  • Prerequisites: HCR494 Interprofessional Education & Community Health Course OR permission from course faculty. 

  • Credits: 3 | Session C

  • Description: The community-engaged service-learning course immerses students in “real world” learning opportunities through the delivery of team-based services that address health and health care disparity needs, improve care quality, and reduce care costs for individuals, families, communities, and/or vulnerable populations with complex health needs. Students will enhance their professional practice skills as they practice values and ethics, communication, roles and responsibilities, teams and teamwork, and leadership competencies essential for interprofessional collaborative practice and team-based care.

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