Health care for the Homeless
Health Care for the Homeless programs emphasize integrated and multi-disciplinary care to address the myriad health problems faced by the homeless, exacerbated by their lack of permanent housing. By addressing the wide-ranging needs of the homeless population, the Health Care for the Homeless program represents a vital resource for addressing the needs of the thousands of the Americans who experience homelessness every year.
MORE STORIES AND INSIGHTS
The Delta Health Center in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, which recently opened a new state-of-the-art facility, launched in 1967 as the first rural health center in the United States.
CHC History Photo SlideshowView historical photos of Community Health Centers around the country.
Early Health Center Program DocumentsThe National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), was founded in 1971 as the National Association of Neighborhood Health Centers.
Migrant and Farmworker Historical PhotosView historical photos documented throughout the years.