Terrence Shirley (CEO of the Community Health Center Association of Mississippi) with Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and NACHC’s Deputy Director of Federal Affairs, Mandar Jadhav
In mid-October NACHC partnered with Community Health Centers & Primary Care Associations from Alaska, Kansas, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington to meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Their message was clear: Health centers deliver quality care to 1 in 11 Americans and need Congress to pass bipartisan, long-term funding. We will continue speaking up for health centers in the coming weeks — through visits to the Hill, emails, calls, and social media messages — to urge Congress find a bipartisan funding solution.
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