Q: Does Casa serve only Hispanics?
A: No, Casa serves anyone who is uninsured. Because of the particular issues (such as cultural competency, language, and status) faced by this community, Casa focuses on Hispanics. But we have a broader mission for the foreign born and, beyond that, to underserved communities who find themselves without access to health insurance.
Q: Does Casa serve children?
A: No, but we collaborate with on-site partners for dental and eye care, as well as access to nutrition through a WIC program. In addition, People’s Health Centers makes appointments available to us at their Delmar clinic.
Q: Does Casa receive government funding?
A: No, Casa does not receive any federal, state, or local government funds. We rely on the generosity of regional foundations, corporations and private donors for our sustainability.
Q: How can I find out more information about Casa?
A: For organizational questions, contact Kate Koch, 314-977-1261
For patient advocacy questions, contact Jesús Quiñones, 314-977-1266
For questions about volunteering, contact Ruth Terry Vilches 314-977-1258
For questions about development or media, contact Jorge Riopedre, 314-977-1200
For appointments/patient inquiries, 314-977-1250