- About Us
- Community Health Centers
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Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association (WPHCA) is the association for the 17 Federally Qualified Health Centers (Community Health Centers) in Wisconsin. Community Health Centers throughout the state provide quality mental health, medical, and dental services to over 300,000 Wisconsinites each year.
Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association accomplishes its mission through a wide range of activities and services to members, including:
Information and public education — A monthly newsletter, issue briefs and other publications provide current information about issues vital to strengthening the health care safety net, where Community Health Centers play a vital role. These resources are part of our effort to involve health partners and community members in our campaign to achieve health care access for all.
Government relations and legislative advocacy — Association staff educates policy makers at the state and federal levels and influences policy development to promote our vision of access to comprehensive, quality primary health care services for all residents of our state.
Training and technical support, guidance and support opportunities — Training sessions, conferences, workshops, formal and informal networking meetings, regular conference calls and site visits support members in their effort to improve quality of care, learn new skills and enhance clinical and operational effectiveness.
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