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What Services Do Community Health Centers Provide?
Families and individuals across Oklahoma choose CHCs as their primary medical care provider because they provide integrated care that treats the whole person. CHCs do this by offering a wide range of services, such as medical, dental, behavioral health, and vision care. They may also provide pharmaceutical services, nutrition counseling, or treatments for substance abuse. When you find a Community Health Center that meets your needs, you are taking steps to actively manage your health.
Each Community Health Center is unique, as the services provided are based on its location’s general needs and the patients it serves. However, its overall goal is to treat patients, prevent illnesses, and address the root causes of poor health. Additionally, it utilizes a sliding-scale fee to ensure that services stay affordable.
If you are unable to find health centers near you that offer the specific care you or another member of your household requires, community partnerships may be available. These often cover services related to behavioral health, dental care, and vision support.
Use our map below to locate a Community Health Center in your area and join the 330,000+ Oklahomans who choose a CHC as their patient-focused medical home!
Find a Community Health Center Near You
At OKPCA, we have 22 member CHCs operating out of over 170 service sites across our state. This ensures a quality option near you, whether you are in a rural area, an urban community, or anywhere in between. Search by zip code to easily find a health center that is nearest to your location. If you are in need of a specific service, you can sort the CHCs by using the buttons included on the map.
To learn more about individual Oklahoma health centers and the services offered there, please get in touch with us, call the CHCs, or visit their individual websites. You can find a complete list of OKPCA’s partner CHCs by visiting our members page.
Providing Affordable, Community-Based Care
Communities in Oklahoma deserve access to healthcare options. However, factors such as location and ability to pay can keep individuals and families from regularly visiting healthcare professionals. Community Health Centers bridge this gap by offering affordable care to meet a variety of needs, from dental and vision to primary care and beyond. There is no limit to who can utilize these services, as CHCs are for anyone and everyone in the community.
By providing more accessible and affordable healthcare, Community Health Centers play an integral role in strengthening the health and success of our state and country. Healthier Oklahomans improve our communities at a local, state, and national level – providing a healthier and brighter future for all. Take control of your health by visiting a local Community Health Center near you.
Are You Searching for Health Coverage?
Find Ideal Coverage Options for Patients with No Insurance or Who Need New Plans
Community Health Centers offer their services on sliding fee scales based on income. By using income-based payments, the CHCs ensure that no patient is denied care if they cannot afford it. Additionally, if you find yourself with no insurance or a plan that no longer works for your household’s needs, there are many quality coverage options available that are accepted by CHCs across the state.
At OKPCA, we aim to strengthen and simplify access to health care, improving patients’ health outcomes across Oklahoma. To ensure you get the assistance you need, we can help you connect with health care coverage. If you have no insurance or are interested in learning about new plans, our community resources can help you find your ideal health coverage option.
The Rich History of CHCs
Community Health Centers started over fifty years ago with the aim of providing quality healthcare and other resources to communities across the country. Over five decades later, there are thousands of CHCs in America with the same goal of providing equitable and accessible healthcare for all. Join the more than 30 million Americans who have been served by CHCs by finding a location near you.