Urgent! Make Sure North Carolina's Most Vulnerable Have Access to Community Health Centers

When you're sick or hurt, the first thing you need is a doctor.

And the first place many North Carolinians go is to their local Community Health Center. NC CHC's will see anyone who walks in the door, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. They have comprehensive primary care and many connected services, like behavioral health, dental care, and even help people with issues that might affect their health like nutrition, transportation or homelessness.

In some areas, CHCs are the only option. But if Congress doesn't act to fix the Funding Cliff by September 30, up to 115,000 of North Carolina's most vulnerable people could lose access to care through our Community Health Centers.

Contact your elected officials and tell them they must fix the CHC Funding Cliff Immediately.