ROADS is committed to serving the community in this time of uncertainty. We are offering same- and next-day in-person appointments as well as provide Telehealth appointments for mental health and medical via video and/or telephone visits.

These visits are very simple to accomplish. All you need is a smart phone, laptop, ipad, or a tablet.

If you have an existing appointment or would like to schedule a new appointment, please call(310) 627-5850

ROADS Community Care Clinic is Open and Offering Telehealth Appointments.
(310) 627-5850

A LETTER TO OUR PATIENTS (July - 8 - 2020)

As the coronavirus COVID-19 has grown to pandemic level we want to share what The ROADS Community Care Clinic is doing to support the safety and well-being of the community we serve.

ROADS is closely monitoring the COVID-19 public health emergency and we’re following all recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and local officials. This includes screening everyone who enters our clinic, requiring all staff and visitors to wear face masks, constantly sanitizing high contact surfaces, rearranging furniture and controlling building occupancy for social distancing. We have made online appointments or “telehealth” visits available and encourage patients to utilize this service whenever possible.

It’s paramount to us that you continue to receive the same level of care you are accustomed to, and we’re confident that with the measures we’ve put in place, we can mitigate this risk together without disruption to your health care.

We are well prepared and have significant experience in successfully serving patients remotely.

If there is a need to adjust our operations in any capacity or make changes that could impact our service, we will communicate that information to you immediately. If you have any concerns about your safety while in our care, please contact your patient care coordinator or the clinic supervisor.

We are optimistic that by working together with you, we can preserve your safety and ours, and help curtail the spread of coronavirus.

A LETTER TO OUR PATIENTS (May - 25 - 2020)

From all of us at ROADS Community Care Clinic (ROADS), our thoughts and sympathy go out to everyone in our community and the world at large who have been affected by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We want to emphasise that we want every ROADS patient and staff member to feel supported and know that your overall wellness is of utmost importance to us. As individuals, family members, community members, and a country, it is hard not to be anxious right now, given all of the uncertainty and upheaval the pandemic has brought to our everyday lives. As a clinic and as healthcare providers, we need to have a united front and stand together in this time of social distancing to bring about social solidarity.

As this current situation is ever-changing, we want to assure you that we remain aware of any new updates and continue to take necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our top priority is and will always be the health and safety of our patients, healthcare providers, and staff that make up our community.

Our ROADS staff continues to be dedicated to providing each patient with the care they need. Their continued, unwavering dedication during this extraordinarily difficult time for all of us will lead us to brighter days ahead.

ROADS follows the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) recommendations on testing. We encourage everyone to always check the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health for more information. You can also follow the CDC and LACDPH on social media for up-to-date information