We’re more than just a clinic.

Homeroom Health is a fully-integrated health center for infants, children, teens and young adults. Located at 30th and Troost, we connect children and families to medical, dental and behavioral health care – regardless of insurance status and ability to pay.

Homeroom Health is made possible by community partnerships, including Cornerstones of Care and KC CARE Health Center, who joined forces to transform access and delivery of healthcare to infants, children, teens and young adults.

Cornerstones of Care is a behavioral healthcare nonprofit that partners with the community to improve the safety and health of children and families. Homeroom Health is meeting the complete healthcare needs for the children, teens and young adults we serve in foster care, 24/7 therapeutic residential care and transitional living programs.

KC CARE Health Center offers quality, affordable, integrated health services to everyone in the community with the promise of dignity and personalized care. Now a Federally Qualified Health Center and Patient-Centered Medical Home, KC CARE’s clinical services include primary care, oral healthcare, behavioral healthcare and a range of other services provided at our other three locations. The mission of KC CARE is to promote health and wellness by providing quality care, access, research, and education to the under-served and all people in our community. KC CARE is the heart of community healthcare.

Relying on the unique strengths of each organization, our shared vision is to improve safety and health by delivering reliable, high-quality and affordable integrated healthcare.



Together, Cornerstones of Care and KC CARE Health Center are transforming the access and experience of healthcare for infants, children, teens and young adults.

 

 
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A Premier Partnership

Cornerstones of Care and KC CARE Health Center are premier healthcare. Collectively, we’ve been serving the Kansas City community for more than 200 years.


 
 

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