CBHA Transforms Youth Access to Mental Health in Washington State

Advocates for Community Health (ACH)—a member-led organization for federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) with a mission to meaningfully impact federal policy—is working with UnitedHealthcare Community & State to address these challenges and harness the insights, vision and innovation of ACHs members and leadership. Together, we are launching a three-year plan to empower FQHC leaders to drive change in their communities.

U.S. Senate HELP Chair Bernie Sanders, Associate Administrator of the Bureau of Primary Health Care James Macrae, and Special Assistant to the President Catherine Oakar Address Health Center Leaders at Advocates for Community Health Annual Meeting

Advocates for Community Health (ACH)—a member-led organization driving bold federal policies on behalf of community health centers—hosted its second Annual Member Meeting in Washington, DC from February 7 through February 9. The event convened CEOs and senior leadership from many of the nation’s largest federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) to hear from high-ranking officials in Washington, share best practices, and advocate on Capitol Hill for legislative solutions to their most pressing challenges.

Unidos for Yakima Valley Families

Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic (YVFWC) first opened in 1978. Today, they have grown into one of the largest community health centers in the Northwest, with over 40 clinics in 18 communities across Washington and Oregon. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re highlighting Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic Outreach Program Director Maria Benavides. What […]

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