Virginia Community Health Centers

Providing a Pathway to Better Care

 

 

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VACHA 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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Who We Are

Group of people attending a conferenceVirginia Community Healthcare Association (VACHA) 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.

VACHA 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

 

        

2021 VACHA Training Calendar

 

See upcoming training and events with VACHA.

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Governor Northam Visits Capital Area Health Network

Governor Northam visited member health center Capital Area Health Network (CAHN) to celebrate the addition of adult dental coverage to Medicaid in Virginia.
Congratulations, CAHN, for spotlighting such an important moment for adults in Virginia, and thank you to Governor

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Governor Northam Visits Capital Area Health Network

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Daily Planet Health Services Receives Donation to Help the City’s Homeless

UnitedHealthcare has donated a $250,000 grant and a new mobile health clinic to Daily Planet Health Services to assist their work of providing care to Richmond’s homeless population.

“Thinking about all the homeless encampments you may be familiar with or …

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Daily Planet Health Services Receives Donation to Help the City’s Homeless

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Community Vaccine Clinics Help Latinos Become the Second-Most Vaccinated in Virginia

Daily Planet Health Services is featured in a Richmond Times-Dispatch article about vaccine accessibility. Community health centers and health safety net partners are working to provide accurate information and make the COVID-19 vaccine accessible to their communities. Community vaccine clinics …

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Community Vaccine Clinics Help Latinos Become the Second-Most Vaccinated in Virginia

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New Career Opportunities Page

Virginia Community Healthcare Association has launched a new Careers page which will highlight new career opportunities for the Association and for Virginia Community Health Centers. For more information about career opportunities, both clinical and non-clinical, visit our Careers page.

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New Career Opportunities Page

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