"Strengthening health care in the safety net"


The Value of Community Health Centers

We are excited to release our new video which demonstrates the value of community based health care that our members provide to the most vulnerable communities in both San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Feel free to copy the link and share our video: click here for link

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Our President and CEO is a Co-Author!

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YOU can help us in our fight to give more people on the waiting list hope that they too, will get their second chance at life.

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Health Advocacy

We provide advocacy and public policy promotion to strengthen the health of the Inland Empire.

Project Management

Our work is supported by our membership dues, and grant funding. Our projects are performed in a cost-effective and team-based approach to maximize the impact of each project outcome.


We recognize that the work of the Association cannot be accomplished without community collaboration. Therefore, we facilitate training and educational opportunities and actively participate in local, regional, state and national convenings.

Great time at @AsmRodriguez52 Summer BBQ & Open House. Thank you to our member @ParkTreeCHC for handing out health care information to attendees! #SafetyNetStrong


“National School Sports Week showcases how youth sports organizations and members of Congress can collaborate to promote healthy lifestyles for children and their families through sports.”
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International Group B Strep (GBS) Awareness Month
The CDC has 2 recommendations to prevent GBS disease during the 1st week of the newborn's life:
Testing pregnant women for GBS bacteria
During labor,give antibiotics, to women at increased risk
More info: https://t.co/GiI5ZdsLKk

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