AAPCHO is dedicated to promoting advocacy, collaboration, and leadership that improves the health status and access of AA&NHOPIs within the United States, its territories, and freely associated states, primarily through our member CHCs. The Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) was formed in 1987 by CHCs primarily serving medically underserved AA&NHOPIs. The goal of these organizations was to create a national voice to advocate for the unique and diverse health needs of AA&NHOPI communities and the community health providers that served those needs.
The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) is a transdisciplinary organization of clinicians, advocates and healthcare organizations that provide health care for the underserved. Our programs include professional education, clinical tools, advocacy, patient education, training and technical assistance. ACU's mission is to improve the health of America’s underserved populations and to enhance the development and support of the health care clinicians serving these populations.
Capital Link is a national, non-profit organization that has worked with hundreds of health centers and Primary Care Associations over the past 15 years to plan capital projects, finance growth and identify ways to improve performance. Established through the community health center movement, Capital Link is dedicated to strengthening and expanding high-quality, community based healthcare in a rapidly changing marketplace
Community Health Partners for Sustainability provides free and low-cost training and technical assistance to Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), including Public Housing Primary Care and other special population grantees, and other health centers looking to ensure long-term sustainability.
Farmworker Justice is a nonprofit organization that seeks to empower migrant and seasonal farmworkers to improve their living and working conditions, immigration status, health, occupational safety, and access to justice. We work with farmworkers and their organizations throughout the nation. Based in Washington, D.C, Farmworker Justice was founded in 1981. In 1996, Farmworker Justice became a subsidiary corporation of National Council of La Raza, the nation's largest constituency-based Hispanic civil rights organization.
The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in our neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy.
Health Outreach Partners (HOP) is a national non-profit health organization providing training, consultation, and information services to community-based organizations striving to improve the quality of life of hard-to-reach populations. Since 1970, HOP has been at the forefront of elevating the importance of outreach, recognizing the critical role it plays in facilitating case management, primary care, health prevention and social services to underserved communities.
Community members together with health providers, employers and policymakers to create positive changes. Community leaders, called Community Health Workers or Promotores(as), provide the inspiration, direction and vision necessary to build stronger, healthier communities — from within.
The National Health Care for the Homeless Council includes thousands of providers and consumers of health care targeted to people without homes, working together to end homelessness by improving health care access and quality. The work of the National Health Care for the Homeless Council takes many forms, including research, technical assistance and training, policy and advocacy, and constituency organizing and community building. We are grounded in the beliefs that health care and housing are human rights and that all people have the right to participate in decisions that affect them.
The National Center for Farmworker Health (NCFH) is a private, not-for-profit corporation located in Buda, Texas dedicated to improving the health status of farmworker families by providing information services, training and technical assistance, and a variety of products to community and migrant health centers nationwide, as well as organizations, universities, researchers, and individuals involved in farmworker health.
To address the widespread lack of access to basic health care, Community Health Centers serve over 22 million people at more than 9,000 sites located throughout all 50 states and U.S. territories. Health centers depend in large part on public financial help and need a unified voice and common source for research, information, training and advocacy. The mission of the NACHC is: “To promote the provision of high quality, comprehensive and affordable health care that is coordinated, culturally and linguistically competent, and community directed for all medically underserved populations.”
National Network for Oral Health Access envisions a future in which individuals and communities are aware of the importance of oral health to overall health, engage in recommended oral health practices, and receive affordable, high quality oral health services. Achieving this vision requires everyone to have access to care, regardless of income or geography.
The School-Based Health Alliance was founded in 1995 and is the national voice for school-based health centers (SBHCs). Built from the grassroots up by individuals from state and federal government agencies, national and regional foundations, child health and education organizations, and SBHCs, we are a true reflection of the field we support. The School-Based Health Alliance advocates for national policies, programs, and funding to expand and strengthen SBHCs, while also supporting the movement with training and technical assistance.
The SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions (CIHS) promotes the development of integrated primary and behavioral health services to better address the needs of individuals with mental health and substance use conditions, whether seen in specialty behavioral health or primary care provider settings. CIHS is funded jointly by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration(SAMHSA) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), and run by the National Council for Behavioral Health.
We work together as a community of leading scientists, educators, and students to take innovative ideas from the laboratory to people’s lives, not only making scientific breakthroughs, but also working to change individual behaviors, public policies, and health care practices.To pursue this mission, the School produces knowledge through research, reproduces knowledge through higher education, and translates knowledge into evidence that can be communicated to the public, policymakers, and practitioners to advance the health of populations.
IPHCA strives to improve the health status of medically underserved populations by fostering the provision of high-quality, comprehensive health care that is accessible, coordinated, community-directed, culturally sensitive, and linguistically competent.
Migrant Clinicians Network is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that creates practical solutions at the intersection of poverty, migration, and health. We provide bridge case management, support, technical assistance, and professional development to clinicians in Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and other health care delivery sites with the ultimate purpose of providing quality health care that increases access and reduces disparities for migrant farmworkers and other mobile underserved populations.
The National Alliance of Resident Services in Affordable and Assisted Housing (NAR-SAAH) is a 501-C3 organization and was organized in 2002 to assist resident services employees and public housing residents by shaping national housing policy, expanding partnerships with community institutions, leveraging funding streams to support resident programs, and speaking on matters impacted by changing economic conditions and shifting political priorities.
The Puerto Rico Primary Health Association, Inc. (ASPPR) is a nonprofit organization that receives funding from the US Department of Health (HHS) to support primary health centers in Puerto Rico Which are funded under section 330 of the Federal Public Health Act. The mission of the ASPPR is quality standards through technical assistance, training and support to the Prevention and Primary Health Network 330 to provide greater access and excellence in the provision of health services in Puerto Rico.
The South Central AIDS Education & Training Center (SCAETC) is one of the regional offices of the AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program. The AETC Program is the professional training arm of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. One of the largest and most comprehensive professional education programs dedicated to HIV/AIDS, buy the AETC Program was developed by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), medical U.S. Public Health Service, and the Department of Health and Human Services to provide customized, multi-disciplinary training programs for healthcare providers treating persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of people and communities by leading health, public health and legal sectors in an integrated, upstream approach to combating health-harming social conditions.