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Schedule An Appointment

St. Hope Foundation has same-day and next-day appointments available system-wide for both New and Returning Patients. LEARN MORE
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Hepatitis Treatment

As a center of excellence, SHF has medical experts fully competent in treating Hepatitis C. LEARN MORE

Online Prescription Refills

St. Hope Foundation is proud to offer patients the option of refilling their prescriptions online. LEARN MORE
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Medical Experts

St. Hope operates as a Patient Centered Medical Home offering you efficient care through your assigned Care Team. LEARN MORE
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Dental Services

St. Hope Foundation’s Dentistry Program provides a broad spectrum of services from routine dental care to complex restorations. LEARN MORE
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HIV/AIDS Treatment

St. Hope Foundation offers premier medical care for persons diagnosed with HIV/AIDS. LEARN MORE
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Get Involved! Volunteer!

Do you want to make a difference? St. Hope Foundation participates in a number of activities each year and is always in need of helping hands. LEARN MORE
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News From St. Hope  

STAND UP For Others Week 2014

STAND UP For Others Week 2014

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and St. Hope Foundation recognizes the need to bring attention to the issue.

National Depression Awareness Month

National Depression Awareness Month

October is National Depression Awareness Month. Depression is highly treatable, but it has to be identified first. St. Hope Foundation's Kailynn Sylvern shares.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month  

What Is Metastatic Breast Cancer?

What Is Metastatic Breast Cancer?

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and St. Hope LMSW Kailynn Sylvern tells us about a type of breast cancer that is rarely discussed.

Hepatitis C Treatment Initiative   

New St. Hope Commercial

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What Folks Are Saying About St. Hope  

  • The things that make working for St. Hope a pleasure is the fact that I get to help people on a wide scale daily. Every day is a new challenge. I'm never bored!
    Rashonda Owens, Client Care Coordinator

    Rashonda Owens

    St. Hope Foundation

  • Growing up I can remember having a desire to learn about different cultures, races, and wanting to give back to the community. This is why I love working at St. Hope. Both our staff and patients are culturally diverse which gives me the opportunity to live my dream of learning about various cultures, customs and values.
    Tamra Josephson, LMSW – Medical Case Manager

    Tamra Josephson, LMSW - Medical Case Manager

    St. Hope Foundation

  • It’s been nearly 4 years since I first started my career with St. Hope Foundation. As a Medical Case Manager, I’m afforded with the opportunity to interact with clients on a daily basis, on a very personal level.
    Tara Bates – Medical Case Manager, Houston, Texas

    Tara Bates – Medical Case Manager, Houston, Texas

    St. Hope Foundation

  • To me St. Hope is just that, a magnificent beautiful tree of life. Within St. Hope I have found loving, kind, and excepting people.
    Tracy Minter, Transportation Coordinator – Houston, Texas

    Tracy Minter, Transportation Coordinator

    St. Hope Foundation

  • I am grateful for St. Hope Foundation, Inc. It is giving me the awesome opportunity to follow great leadership and to provide leadership to incredible people and to be a leader in the fight against HIV/AIDS until this disease is conquered.
    W. Jeffrey Campbell, Millstone, New JerseyW. Jeffrey Campbell, Millstone, New Jersey

    Hudson Pride Connections Center

  • I remember from an early age while growing up my super hero was my Dad, a military physician with an incredible passion in providing medical care to underserved communities all around the world. At SHF there are many Super Heroes.
    Kenneth Degazon M.D. Assoc. Clinical Research Director

    Kenneth Degazon M.D.

    St. Hope Foundation

Little Known Health Fact (October 2014)

Did you know that although breast cancer in MEN is rare, an estimated 2,150 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer and approximately 410 will die each year?