Members of Advocates for Community Health are dedicated leaders from across the nation leading the charge to deliver health care to underserved communities.

Membership Benefits

Advocates for Community Health (ACH) is a membership organization focused on visionary and innovative policy and advocacy initiatives to effect positive change across the nation’s health care system. Our membership is equipped to address the needs expressed by a number of like-minded health centers to determine the architecture of twenty-first century community health care.

Through the use of sophisticated strategies carried out by top-notch advocacy representation in Washington, DC, ACH members will benefit by our aggressive advocacy for our shared interests. By leveraging forward-leaning policy solutions with the goal of advancing the delivery of health care to underserved populations and cultivating new opportunities to achieve health equity in support of patients and communities in need. ACH organizational members enjoy joint membership with the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, with access to professional education, training, and clinical tools and programs, to support their organization needs. For more information, see our organizational membership criteria and benefits.

If your organization does not meet our criteria for organizational membership, we invite you to explore our innovation membership option.

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Advocates for Community Health members are aligned with our mission and priorities. The application process is designed to ensure we are united in our commitment to bring visionary policy and programming to reality through a robust and aggressive advocacy agenda. The investment for ACH’s organizational membership level is $40,000. Additionally, we offer an innovation membership level for smaller centers who meet our criteria. Innovation membership dues are $20,000 annually.

Join us and help us architect the health care system of the future. Fill out the membership form below to get started.

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