Mobile Clinic is able to provide low barrier, quality medical and social services by bringing together students from the school of medicine, public health and undergraduate campus. During clinic, undergraduate serve as caseworkers, who gather social history and serve as client advocates, and as companions, who connect clients to primary care appointments. Medical students diagnose and treat acute illnesses and medical conditions. Under the supervision of attending physicians, these students of UCLA’s School of Medicine conduct physical examinations and consult the client’s medical history to ensure accurate and effective care. Additionally, public health students serve as consultants for housing and assistive program enrollment, as well as conducting formative research for program planning (including focus groups, semi-structured interviews, surveys, etc.) and evaluation of project impact and effectiveness.