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Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers is only 1 of 18 Community Health Center groups in Wisconsin, and only 1 of thousands across America. Statistics show that Community Health Centers are offering high quality primary care at some of the best cost efficiency rates. Not only do CHCs focus on providing excellent care, but they also bring jobs, revenue, and wellness programs through activities and education to the communities they occupy. Learn how to become a supporter of Community Health Centers nationwide at http://www.saveourchcs.org.
Scenic Bluffs Community Health
Centers has reached the Gold level achievement for ACE (Advocacy Center of Excellence) from
the National Association of Community Health Centers. We are the fourth Health
Center in the US to reach the Gold level, and were the first Health Center to reach Silver. The ACE has three levels of
achievement (Bronze, Silver and Gold). There are a number of key elements that
a Health Center needs to meet to achieve this honor and to keep this honor. Our
current Gold status is valid through June, 2018 and we are committed to
continuing down the path to achieve Gold status and keep Gold status. Health
Centers reach certain levels based on their advocacy success and demonstrated
ongoing commitment to advocacy by making it a priority. ACE Health Centers are
not only actively engaged and involved with the NACHC and federal policy
issues, but also with their state-level policy issues that directly impact
Health Centers. Scenic Bluffs Community Health Centers will be featured on the
NACHC website and highlighted in their upcoming blog at www.chcs.org/blog.
Scenic Bluffs CHCs' advocacy efforts (PDF)
Why should I advocate for Community Health Centers? (PDF)
State Elected Officials (PDF)
Where can I register to vote? (PDF)
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