About Central City Community Health Center
Central City Community Health Center (CCCHC) Inc., is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, Section-330 Federally Qualified Health Center. CCCHC was established in 1994 to serve low-income and medically underserved residents that fall below the 200-percent Federal Poverty Level.
CCCHC operates five community health centers. Three of which are located in Orange County in the cities of Anaheim, Stanton, and Garden Grove. The oldest is located in South Los Angeles and the newest addition is in Norco, Riverside County. CCCHC also has two licensed mobile clinics. One mobile provides medical and mental health treatment to the homeless and migrant seasonal farm workers in Los Angeles and Orange County. While the second mobile services schools in the Anaheim, Garden Grove and Magnolia school districts.
CCCHC is a Community Partner (PCP) with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and the Department of Mental Health for Healthy Way LA and holds a Healthcare for the Homeless (HCH) subcontract. Central City also contracts with The Health Care Agency of Orange County to provide services to the indigent.
In 2012, Central City Community Health Centers provided health services to approximately 22,000 unduplicated patients which resulted in approximately 80,000 patient visits.