Community Health Centers provide high-quality, accessible, and affordable health care to over 30 million patients in medically underserved communities. They offer a wide range of services including primary care, chronic disease management, behavioral health, and oral health.
Community Health Centers came into existence more than five decades ago as part of a “ripple effect” from the Civil Rights Movement. Today, more than 147,000 people advocate for health centers every year, ensuring that millions of people in the US have access to affordable health care.
Community Health Centers depend on bipartisan support from elected officials to ensure continued funding and further public health legislation. The Health Center Advocacy Network is dedicated to inviting, equipping, and mobilizing advocates to take action through email, social media, and more!