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Need to find a Federally Qualified Health Center?

Include definition of FQHC, for uninsured, undocumented, etc.

Health centers overcome geographic, cultural, linguistic, and other barriers to care by delivering coordinated and comprehensive primary and preventive services. This care reduces health disparities by emphasizing care management of patients with multiple health care needs and the use of key quality improvement practices, including health information technology.

Most health centers receive Health Center Program federal grant funding to improve the health of underserved and vulnerable populations. Some health centers receive funding to focus on special populations including individuals and families experiencing homelessness, migratory and seasonal agricultural workers, and residents of public housing. Federally Qualified Health Centers offer services on a sliding fee scale basis. Contact any of the listed health centers to learn more about their services.