About CCHN

The Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) represents Colorado’s 20 Community Health Centers (CHCs) that together are the backbone of the primary health care safety-net in Colorado. CCHN is committed to Read more…

 

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What’s New

Congress has extended funding for the Health Center Fund, National Health Service Corps, and Teaching Health Centers by two years (through Sept. 30, 2019), and added four years to the already passed six-year reauthorization of CHIP. These were included in the budget agreement and short-term continuing resolution passed on Feb. 9. Go here to read NACHC’s statement.

CCHN extends our thanks to our members of Congress who took many actions over the past months to keep these important programs on the minds of decisionmakers – thank you, Senators Bennet and Gardner, and Representatives DeGette, Polis, Tipton, Buck, Lamborn, Coffman, and Perlmutter.

Congress budget deal gives Summit County much needed funding for Community Care Clinic, CHIP – read about it in the Summit Daily.

Federal budget deal tosses Colorado community health centers a lifeline — but not a very long one – Denver Post.

Colorado 2018 Community Health Champions and Advocates Honored – read about it here.

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