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Virginia Community Health Centers

Providing a Pathway to Better Care

 

 

Who We Are

Virginia Community Healthcare Association (VCHA) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation, representing 30 member organizations that operate over 150 primary care, dental, and behavioral health clinics, throughout Virginia.

VCHA serves as a liaison between its members and State and Federal agencies and works on behalf of the member health centers to develop and provide:

  • Training and technical assistance for the development of community health center staff, and boards
  • Peer group avenues for member organizations, clinics, and staff to network and share best practices
  • Clinical recruitment services
  • Group purchasing

 

        

Find a Health Center

VCHA membership includes 30 health center organizations with 150 service sites across Virginia. Community Health Centers (CHCs) provide patients with high-quality, affordable health, dental, and behavioral health services.

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RFP for the Establishment of a Charitable Foundation

VCHA has issued a request a proposal to partner with an organization that can establish a philanthropic arm of VCHA by forming a charitable foundation to aid in our mission for the Commonwealth of Virginia to have the healthiest population in America. PROPOSALS DUE BY: December 1, 2022

 

2022 VCHA Training Calendar

VCHA Issues RFP for the Establishment of a Charitable Foundation

HENRICO, VA – The Virginia Community Healthcare Association (VCHA) has issued a request for proposal to partner with an organization to establish a philanthropic arm of VCHA by forming a charitable foundation to aid in our mission for the Commonwealth …

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VCHA Issues RFP for the Establishment of a Charitable Foundation

VCHA Welcomes Martha Crosby as Programs and Business Lead

HENRICO, VA: Virginia Community Healthcare Association (VCHA) is excited to announce the addition of Martha Crosby as VCHA’s new Programs and Business Lead. In her role, Martha will work directly with senior leaders and VCHA’s CEO to facilitate strategic decision-making, …

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VCHA Welcomes Martha Crosby as Programs and Business Lead

HHS Awards Nearly $25 Million to Expand Access to School-Based Health Services

On May 3, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), awarded nearly $25 million to improve and strengthen access to school-based health services in communities across the country, including $200,000 …

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HHS Awards Nearly $25 Million to Expand Access to School-Based Health Services

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Southwest Virginia Patients Struggle with Access to Addiction Medication

Southwest Virginia has some of the greatest need for office-based addiction treatment and recovery services, but the lack of willing providers has limited the reach and scope of existing programs. In this story from The Virginia Mercury, behavioral health personnel …

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Southwest Virginia Patients Struggle with Access to Addiction Medication

Virginia Community Healthcare Association Welcomes Angela H. Taylor, Ph.D. as Grants & Development Manager

HENRICO, VA: Virginia Community Healthcare Association (VCHA) is excited to announce the addition of Angela H. Taylor, Ph.D. as Grants and Development Manager. In her new role, Angela will direct the Association’s efforts in coordinating grant proposals and support requests, …

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Virginia Community Healthcare Association Welcomes Angela H. Taylor, Ph.D. as Grants & Development Manager

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Virginia Community Healthcare Association Welcomes Kyle Elliott, General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer

HENRICO, VA: Virginia Community Healthcare Association (VCHA) is pleased to welcome Kyle Elliott as General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer. In his new role, Kyle

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Virginia Community Healthcare Association Welcomes Kyle Elliott, General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer

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