Please give if you are able.

Back to school event

Community Health Centers, Inc. in partnership with Twice the Cutz Salon who will host the Annual Faded and Educated Back to School Event to be held Sunday, July 29th at Star Spencer High School 3001 Spencer Rd. Spencer, OK 73084. The Faded and Educated Event will provide free haircuts as well as back packs, school supplies, school uniforms, and hygiene items to students in the community. We are also providing info on health resources to the families including flu shots, sports physicals, info on dental screenings, WIC, etc. We serve a wide variety of clients through our many programs such as W.I.C (Women, Infants, and Children), Pediatrics, Medical, Dental, etc., many of which are low income. 

We would like to provide free sports physicals and dental screenings to the children in the community. We are seeking monetary donations to help defray the cost to provide this service. We would also like so supply the anticipated 250 children with dental health goody bags with tooth brushes/paste/floss, hygiene items such as deodorant, body wash, soap, etc. uniform tops and bottoms, as well as back packs and various school supplies such as pencils, papers, folders, binders, etc. for the volunteers to distribute to the families at the event free of charge. We are hoping that you will be able to donate some of these items, which would be of help to the individuals and families that we serve. With assistance from caring individuals and corporations, we are able to continue our mission to serve others.

Because Community Health Centers, Inc., is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization, and no goods or services were exchanged for this gift, your contribution will be tax deductible. 

 

Please give generously if you are able!

“You can never do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Check and money order donations can also be mailed to: 

Community Health Centers, Inc.

Attn: Donations

P.O. BOX 30589

Oklahoma City, OK 73140

*Please specify in the memo portion of the check the fund to which you are contributing. If no fund is specified, your contribution will be placed in the general fund.

SUPPORT OUR HEALING HANDS HOMELESS HEALTH CAMPAIGN

Since 1988, Community Health Centers, Inc. has done its part to serve the needs of the underserved homeless population by operating a comprehensive homeless medical services program under the name Healing Hands Health Care Service.

Medical services provided include primary healthcare; preventive healthcare; healthcare for children; immunizations; lab; pregnancy testing; mental health counseling; health education; HIV education, counseling and testing; STD testing and treatment; pharmacy assistance; case

management; Affordable Care Act and SoonerCare insurance program enrollment; substance abuse counseling and treatment; and referrals for specialty care. Transportation is also provided.

Because uninsured families are the fastest growing percentage of homeless people in metro Oklahoma City,Community Health's homeless health care services model was expanded in recent years to include a Women and Children’s Health Access program (“WCHAP”) component, which is only partially funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Today, homeless women and children are seen by a medical professional not only at the midtown program site, but also at the following Oklahoma City homeless shelter sites: Jordan’s Crossing, an in-patient substance abuse treatment facility for mothers and children; YWCA, domestic violence shelter and transitional housing provider; Salvation Army Family Shelter; and Positive Tomorrows, school for homeless children.

Without this program, women, children and families would not have ready access to quality primary healthcare, complex laboratory services and preventive health services such as Pap smears, mammograms and well-child examinations. Women and children would suffer long waits at area emergency rooms at a higher cost to the community.

It is imperative that we continue to provide medical services to this vulnerable population; however, we need your help to continue to make this possible. Your contribution will allow us to continue to provide quality health care to those who are most in need. Please donate now!

Since 1988, Community Health Centers, Inc. has done its part to serve the needs of the underserved homeless population by operating a comprehensive homeless medical services program under the name Healing Hands Health Care Service.

Medical services provided include primary healthcare; preventive healthcare; healthcare for children; immunizations; lab; pregnancy testing; mental health counseling; health education; HIV education, counseling and testing; STD testing and treatment; pharmacy assistance; case

management; Affordable Care Act and SoonerCare insurance program enrollment; substance abuse counseling and treatment; and referrals for specialty care. Transportation is also provided.

Because uninsured families are the fastest growing percentage of homeless people in metro Oklahoma City, Community Health's homeless health care services model was expanded in recent years to include a Women and Children’s Health Access program (“WCHAP”) component, which is only partially funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Today, homeless women and children are seen by a medical professional not only at the midtown program site, but also at the following Oklahoma City homeless shelter sites: Jordan’s Crossing, an in-patient substance abuse treatment facility for mothers and children; YWCA, domestic violence shelter and transitional housing provider; Salvation Army Family Shelter; and Positive Tomorrows, school for homeless children.

Without this program, women, children and families would not have ready access to quality primary healthcare, complex laboratory services and preventive health services such as Pap smears, mammograms and well-child examinations. Women and children would suffer long waits at area emergency rooms at a higher cost to the community.

It is imperative that we continue to provide medical services to this vulnerable population; however, we need your help to continue to make this possible. Your contribution will allow us to continue to provide quality health care to those who are most in need. Please donate now

Check and Money Order Donations can also be mailed to: Community Health Centers, Inc. Attn: Donations P.O. BOX 30589 Oklahoma City, OK 73140*Please specify in the memo portion of the check the fund to which you are contributing. If no fund is specified, your contribution will be placed in the general fund.