Community Health Centers (CHC), also known as Health Center Program Grantees, are non-profit clinics located in medically underserved areas – both rural and urban – throughout Arizona. They share a mission of making comprehensive primary care accessible to anyone regardless of insurance status.
Federal legislation requires every Health Center Program Grantees and Look-Alikes to have a governing board that represents its community. A majority of the board members must be patients who use the health center’s services.
The Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers (AACHC) currently has 21 Health Center Program Grantees and two Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alikes across our state. Click here for a full list of our health centers.
You can learn more about CHCs by visiting our website at www.aachc.org or by watching the video above.