San Luis Obispo Health Integration Project (SLO-HIP)

This service is available to adults with severe mental illness who are insured by Medi-Cal. Any adult with Medi-Cal insurance may receive health care services on the Clinic on Wheels.

Ongoing services, including tobacco and smoking cessation services, nutrition and fitness education services, and peer support, are free for most SLO Medi-Cal (CenCal) beneficiaries. We help SLO residents who do not have Medi-Cal find resources and may provide some services on a sliding scale basis.

This service is available throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays.

To enroll in the SLO Health Integration Project (SLO-HIP) please call:
(805) 781-5564  
Please leave your name and phone number and a SLO-HIP staff member will return your call.

If you currently receive mental health services at the Behavioral Health Department, let your provider know that you are interested in receiving these services.

Location, directions and hours of operation

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San Luis Obispo Adult Mental Health Services

Monday - Friday 8-5

2178 Johnson Avenue San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Tel: (805) 781-4700

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I just show up at the Clinic on Wheels and be served?

If you are an adult with MediCal Insurance, you are welcome to come to the scheduled Clinic on Wheels day on a first come, first serve basis, for open appointment times.
However, if you do not want to wait, it is best for you to call (805) 781-5564 to schedule your primary health care visit on the Clinic on Wheels and learn about all of the services available to you in the SLO Health Integration project.

I would like to enroll in the SLO-Health Integration Project but I am not sure I want to stop smoking or change my diet. Can I still use the service?

Absolutely. We are here to help provide you with information about your health and support you in your health goals.

If I enroll in SLO-Health Integration Project, can I still go to the Community Health Centers for my primary health care?

Yes. The Clinic on Wheels provided at the Health Campus is to encourage Behavioral Health clients to participate in their primary health care, but you can always go to any CHC Clinic for your health care, if you prefer.

Please contact our access line at 1 (800) 838-1381 for information or to schedule an appointment. All services are available in Spanish.