At the Washington Association for Community Health, we bring community health centers together to collaborate and expand access to high-quality health care statewide. We help community health centers navigate state policy, provide evidence-based health care, and problem solve as a group. Our range of services includes workforce development resources, best practice trainings, and advocacy around state policy.
Our members deliver health care to more than 1 million low-income people each year. The Association strengthens their work with the information, partnerships and tools that make high-quality care a reality for people across the state.
In 2018, Community and migrant health centers in Washington serve more than 1,150,000 residents at over 320 clinic sites, offering primary, preventive and supportive health services. These clinics are directed by local consumers and respond to the needs of the community, serving all without regard to economic or insurance status.