Clinical services for the homeless people are rendered from mobile vans. Services are provided from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at night. In each of the identified spot, Marie Stopes' satellite team conducts the sessions once a week, i.e., 4 times in a month. The male sessions are conducted separately within easily set-up tents or from rented premises located in the vicinity.
There are no charges for counseling, healthcare or family planning services except for an initial Taka five for the registration card to keep an audit trail of the health record files. The clinical sessions are coordinated by a doctor and counselor, assisted by a field coordinator. All male clients are served by male service providers, and female clients are served by female providers. Services offered are family planning (oral pills, condoms, injectables, emergency contraceptives, ANC, PNC, Syndromic Management of RTI/STI, child health, counseling and referrals for MR, IUD, Implants and VSC to the nearest Marie Stopes Referral Clinic.
MS also runs a comprehensive BCC program which includes health information/education sessions among the homeless population. MS also hires a number of community volunteers called 'Maries Stopes Volunteers' to promote the satellite services and refer patients as well as to distribute condoms.