Factors associated with enhancing medical students training include ample and varied patient contacts, an active, “hands-on” approach, delegating patient care responsibilities to students (1, 2), and altruism (3). Toward these ends, medical students have seized the initiative by establishing student-run health clinics in at least 52% of medical school programs across the country (4). A majority of student-run health clinics are located within homeless shelters, targeting populations with unmet needs (4, 5). Psychiatry interventions are well suited for targeting unmet needs within the homeless population (6, 7). Responding to their need for a training experience and to unmet needs of homeless persons, Creighton University medical students have opened the student-run Magis Psychiatry Clinic in an Omaha, Nebraska, homeless shelter.