Health Centers offer access to comprehensive primary and preventive health care and social services to medically unserved and underserved populations. Federally funded health centers offer services to the general community, as well as specific special populations including: migrant and seasonal farmworkers, homeless, public housing residents, and school aged children. Services are provided to all residents of the service area without regard to an individual's ability to pay.
All people are eligible to receive health care services at a federally funding health center. Health centers funded through the Consolidated Health Centers (CHC) Program are required to provide services to all individuals regardless of ability to pay. Federally funded health centers also must provide a schedule of discounts corresponding to established charges for individuals with incomes at or below 200 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
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