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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! To read the full article please CLICK HERE


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Million People in IE


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.

Events

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.



September is National Food Safety Education Month!

For more information on food safety and resources, please visit https://t.co/ye7gt2Wcbe .

National Celiac Disease Awareness Day!
“Celiac disease is a serious genetic autoimmune disease that damages the villi of the small intestine & interferes with absorption of nutrients from food.” For more info on celiac disease and diet tips, please visit https://t.co/CtXBbix6Id

Awareness Month
“Prostate cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death among American men & is the most commonly diagnosed.The American Cancer Society estimates that 174,650 men will be told they have prostate cancer in 2019”
More info & resources at https://t.co/uywnkYkA3t

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