America’s Health Centers are special places, not just in the health care system, but in the fabric of the communities they serve. Community, Migrant, Homeless, and Public Housing Health Centers, also known as Federally-Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), are non-profit, providers of high-quality, affordable primary and preventive care serving low income and medically underserved communities. Primary Health Care clinics are FQHCs. Learn more about Health Centers at The National Association of Community Health Centers is leading the “Access is the Answer” campaign to ensure that funding for programs essential to Health Centers, at both the state and federal level, like Medicaid and 340B, remain intact as resources continue to shrink.

The success of the Access is the Answer campaign is driven by Health Center Advocates in every state in the nation. Health Center staff, board members, patients, volunteers, students, elected officials, community partners and countless supporters have all come together as part of the campaign because they recognize the incredible value and importance of America’s Health Centers. Become a Health Center Advocate and start taking action today – YOUR VOICE makes a difference. Click here to learn more about Access Is The Answer.


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