Health and Wellness Services

If you need immediate medical care please go to an Urgent Care Clinic, or if you think you are having a medical or psychiatric emergency CALL 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.





India Community Center Free Medical Clinic

525 Los Coches Street, Milpitas, California

Entrance on west side of the building

(next to preschool playground)



FREE Medical Clinic

FREE Behavioral Health Services

FREE Legal Clinic

Ayurveda Wellness Clinic

Other Community Services




India Community Center’s Medical Clinic provides high quality free healthcare to uninsured and medically under-served patients with the help of volunteer Physicians.  The clinic offers acute care to adults. No Pediatric or specialty care services are offered at this time. Acupuncture services are offered intermittently, please inquire if interested.


Clinic Hours (as staffing permits): 

                        Wednesday evenings – 6:00pm to 8:00pm

                        Saturday morning – 10:00am to 12:30pm

                         Sunday afternoon – 2:00pm to 4:30pm


Upcoming Medical Clinic Dates


 Sunday, June 18th 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM (full)
 Wednesday, June 21st 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (full)
 Wednesday, June 28th 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (full)


For an appointment please email Ashley Williamson at, or leave a message at 408-934-1130 Extension 270 (email preferred).  Please provide the patient’s full name, date of birth, phone number and primary reason for appointment.


Medical Clinic Partners | American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPIO), Palo Alto Medical Foundation, and Kaiser Permanente.


Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Non-Physician providers interested in volunteering a few hours of their time please download the volunteer information flyer and email for more information.





When life become too overwhelming, it can result in changes in how an individual thinks, feels, and acts.  If you are experiencing any of the following, we encourage you to make an appointment.
Sleep difficulties                    Changes in eating habits
Irritability                                Excessive worrying
Crying often                           Conflicts with others
Withdrawing from people   Changes in weight 
Difficulty concentrating        Memory problems
Feeling tried                           Loss of motivation
Loss of interest in pleasurable activities  
The Hume Center at India Community Center provides short-term, culturally sensitive therapeutic interventions aimed at enabling individuals to overcome challenges, develop coping behaviors, and identify their strengths.
Clinic Hours | Thursday – 9:00am to 5:00pm
For an appointment please call Anshu Mathur, MS, MFT at 510 745.9151 
Behavioral Health ProviderPortia Bell Hume Behavioral Health and Training Center provides comprehensive multicultural and multilingual continuum of care for individuals, couples or families in distress.  The Hume Center was founded by R.K. Janmeja "meji" Singh, PhD, who worked with Portia Bell Hume, M.D. a pioneer in developing community mental health.  Her legacy of dedication to the betterment of the community lives on today, as the Portia Bell Hume Behavioral Health and Training Center, which was named after her to continue her vision to provide comprehensive mental health services and best practices in professional training and research. 

Portia Bell Hume Behavioral Health and Training Center.



Translated as ‘the science of life’, Ayurveda is a highly individualized, self-empowering ‘whole system’ healing modality that is deeply linked to nature. Ayurveda promotes long-term, sustainable wellness by attempting to restore balance through diets, lifestyle and behavioral modifications. 

Clinic Hours | By Appointment Only (No Walk-Ins) 
Tuesdays (Initial Intake Appointments only)
Fridays (Follow-up Appointments only)
The Ayurveda Wellness Clinic is closed for the month of August and from Thanksgiving until the end of December. 
Cost Ayurveda Consultants volunteer their time and do not charge for services. Donations are gratefully appreciated. 
For an appointment please complete and submit the short Intake Form at, AND email the Chief Ayurveda Consultant, ‘Shaaranya’ Geetanjali Chakraborty, at
Ayurveda Wellness Clinic requires signing up for three appointments, which must be completed within 2-month. Sorry we cannot provide phone or email consultations.
• First Appointment | Intake and interview (45  60 minutes)
• Second Appointment | Wellness recommendations (30 – 45 minutes)
• Third Appointment | Follow-up questions (30 – 45 minutes)
Complete information and required forms will be sent prior to the first appointment.  Please read the First Appointment email in its entirety and complete all forms prior to the appointment.
Ayurveda Wellness Provider | ‘Shaaranya' Geetanjali Chakraborty is an Ayurveda Health Practitioner and graduate from California-based Vedika Gurukulam’s rigorous five-year academic study program. She now serves as an Associate faculty at Vedika Global teaching Ayurveda Pharmacology. Shaaranya also has an MS in Biochemistry, and five years of research experience in Molecular Biology at Georgetown University and Stanford University. She feels privileged to be able combine her Ayurvedic education with her background in biochemistry to help ignite healing journeys for others. 
Vedika Global, Inc. facilitates Ayurveda Medical Education, Ayurveda Community Initiatives, and Ayurveda Charitable Wellness Services worldwide.



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