COVID-19 Relief


$2.3 billion in medical aid • $87.8 million in cash funding disbursed • 41,100 emergency aid shipments delivered • 2+ million vaccines • 5,500 tons of PPE and other medical resources provided • 83 million masks • 3 million face shields • 33 million gloves • 2.2 million gowns and coveralls • 56 US states and territories and 106 countries supported

In Brief

Every aspect of Direct Relief’s organizational capacity is devoted to the coronavirus response.

The organization is leveraging its global distribution infrastructure and financial resources to aid in the response, with emergency deliveries of critical medical resources — vaccines, PPE, and medications — leaving daily for medical facilities across the U.S. and world.

Emergency funding from Direct Relief is bolstering health facilities in hard-hit areas.

To inform its efforts and those of policymakers, Direct Relief's research team is producing information and analysis tools to predict transmission and understand the effectiveness of social distancing and other measures.

COVID-19: Direct Relief’s Response

Material Resources. Financial Resources. Information Resources.

Expanding Vaccine Access: As a registered charity in both the United States and Mexico, Direct Relief is uniquely able to arrange the cross-border donation of cold chain medications.

The organization has commercial-grade licensing and infrastructure for pharmaceutical distribution and is able to safely and effectively transport medications that must be refrigerated or kept frozen. In addition, Direct Relief’s logistics partnerships and expertise in customs clearance make it ideally suited for this kind of support.

Direct Relief has facilitated the delivery and storage of millions of vaccine doses around the world, including in the U.S., Mexico, Belize, Bolivia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, and Paraguay.

PPE to safeguard health workers: When the virus broke out in January 2020, Direct Relief was one of the few non-profits prepared to make a substantial and immediate impact on the crisis with a large supply of PPE and critical care medications that it distributed to safety-net health centers and clinics, hospitals and public health agencies around the U.S. and globally.

Direct Relief has delivered more than 83 million masks, 33 million gloves, and millions of other PPE items free-of-charge to health workers on the frontlines of the pandemic.

Critical care resources for patients: In addition to the provisions of PPE, Direct Relief’s early identification of needed intensive care medication resulted in it becoming an important source of scarce medications during the crisis. Its pre-packaged modules of ICU medications were requested by and delivered to the most advanced hospitals, from Chan Zuckerberg General to the University of Miami Hospital.

The pandemic also created other opportunities for Direct Relief to respond within its unique operational strengths. The organization’s cold chain capacity – already used extensively to supply charitable insulin, vaccines, and rare disease therapies around the world – has been called upon to act as a backstop for public health agencies conducting Covid-19 vaccination campaigns, a deeply complex and difficult undertaking with enormous human impact.

In total, Direct Relief has shipped more than $2.2 billion in medical aid to 106 countries, including the U.S.

Funding for safety net facilities: As is the case in all emergencies, the pre-existing gaps get bigger as resources are redirected to the emergency. That’s why Direct Relief’s focus since the onset of Covid-19 has been on supporting its partner network of community health centers, free and charitable clinics, and other safety net health facilities that care for people who are among the least fortunate and most vulnerable to crises. These healthcare providers have expanded their services during the pandemic often without reimbursement.

To support and help sustain their critical efforts, Direct Relief has provided these organizations with more than $87 million in direct funding. 

Data and analysis to inform policies: To inform its efforts and those of other response agencies, Direct Relief and partners established the Covid-19 Mobility Data Network, which created the first functional model for using digital mobility data to guide real-time emergency response activities.

Predicted COVID-19 Case Spread

The Network advises public health agencies on social distancing, testing, and other measures, from the office of California’s governor to the NYC Department of Health, to the national health services in the UK, South Africa, India, Thailand, and Australia.

Below is an overview of Direct Relief’s global response to Covid-19, organized by region.

Covid-19 Relief: United States

By the Numbers*

  • States and territories supported: 56
  • Financial support: $75 million
  • Material support: $408 million
    • Shipments: 39,700
    • PPE: 24.8 million units
    • Medications: 96 million Defined Daily Doses
    • ICU Kits: 178
    • Ventilators & oxygen concentrators: 1,300

Direct Relief’s Covid-19 response efforts support people who are the least fortunate and most vulnerable to obtain needed care from local nonprofit health centers and clinics in medically underserved areas. The chronic challenges, vulnerability, and lack of cushion that exist in such communities — most often communities of color — are intensified when emergencies of any type arise, which the Covid-19 pandemic has once again shown.

Black and Indigenous Americans continue to experience the highest rates of loss, with both groups now recording staggering Covid-19 death tolls — 1 in 390 Indigenous Americans has died and 1 in 555 Black Americans has died, according to APM Research Lab.

For those reasons, Direct Relief’s principal focus since the onset of Covid-19 has been on supporting the community health centers, free and charitable clinics, and other members of the U.S. safety net serving the country’s most vulnerable people and communities.

This support has included providing a combination of emergency grants and extensive deliveries of PPE and other medical essentials to protect the health workforce and bolster their efforts to serve communities. Collaborative efforts, including with the National Black Nurses’ Association, artist Sean Diddy Combs, and health leaders in Navajo Nation, allowed Direct Relief to identify and provide targeted assistance to communities of color and the health workers serving them.

Even at the best of times, the country’s safety net operates on razor-thin margins. A downturn in patients – and revenue – may compromise a health center or clinic’s ability to keep its doors open. But these safety net providers play an essential role in testing, contact tracing, and monitoring Covid-19 cases. They also keep patients out of overstretched hospitals by managing chronic conditions and other serious health issues.

To help these safety net providers keep their doors open and their patients out of the hospital, Direct Relief has provided more than $74.5 million in grants to more than 500 health centers and local organizations across the U.S.

(click here to view a list of all grant recipients)

Covid-19 Relief: Americas

By the Numbers

  • Countries supported: 30
  • Financial support: $1.5 million
  • Material support: $497 million
    • Shipments: 401
    • PPE: 9.8 million units
    • Medications: 110 million Defined Daily Doses
    • ICU Kits: 84
    • Ventilators & oxygen concentrators: 1,711 units

When Covid-19 entered the Americas (Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America) it spread quickly, attacking large, densely populated city centers and the region’s most remote communities alike. Indigenous people were particularly affected, with a death rate twice as high as that of the general population, due in part to a lack of access to health care, sanitation, and other essential services. Across the region, the pandemic continues to rage.

Direct Relief has focused its efforts in the Americas on reaching the most vulnerable communities, including Indigenous groups. Because of the region’s extraordinary geographic diversity, Direct Relief’s response needed to be flexible and fast-acting – closely coordinating with on-the-ground partners.

Among its many response activities, Direct Relief provided a grant designed to reach 14,000 Indigenous people in 11 South American countries, with the input of dozens of tribal leaders. In addition, grants were given to two Colombian groups providing PPE, health education, and other services to remote Indigenous communities with limited access to health care.

In Mexico, Direct Relief’s support includes assisting with the transport of vaccines and providing millions of units of PPE and other medical supplies. ICU kits, oxygen concentrators, and other Covid-19-related medical supplies were delivered to Ecuador and Peru. And a nearly $10 million donation of medical aid to Honduras, delivered in the wake of Hurricanes Eta and Iota, included PPE and other supplies needed for fighting the spread of Covid-19.

In the Caribbean, Direct Relief has played a key role in repairing or rebuilding health clinics and hospitals that were damaged in recent hurricanes, including in the Bahamas, which was devastated by Hurricane Dorian in 2019, and in Dominica, which was hit by Hurricane Maria in 2017.

In Brazil, Direct Relief has helped source thousands of oxygen concentrators and is supporting vaccination efforts with funding and material resources.

Direct Relief is also providing funding and material support local health facilities in Haiti, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, and other countries in the region.

Covid-19 Relief: Africa

By the Numbers

  • Countries supported: 38
  • Grants provided: 31
  • Grants value: $1.2 million
  • Material support: $785 million
    • Shipments: 386
    • PPE: 75.9 million units
    • Medications: 51.3 million defined daily doses
    • ICU kits: 73
    • Ventilators & oxygen concentrators: 351

The pandemic poses an ongoing threat to vulnerable people across the African continent and to frontline community health workers, who have strong relationships in local communities and who have a vital role to play in testing, vaccination, and providing ongoing health services.

Among its response activities, Direct Relief has joined the coalition Covid-19 Action Fund for Africa, investing an initial $10 million to the effort, and overseeing the purchasing of PPE intended for community health workers across the region.

The organization also donated $1 million to fighting Covid-19 in South Africa and provided an emergency grant, along with PPE and hygiene supplies, to support Eritrean and Ethiopian people who have been displaced by political unrest in those countries. Oxygen concentrators were delivered to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe, and Tanzania, among others. ICU kits have been sent to Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.

Like the rest of the world, countries in Africa experienced interruptions to chronic care, maternal and reproductive health services, and mental health treatment.

To counter this, Direct Relief provided 48 maternal health kits to Health Alliance International and Mozambique’s Ministry of Health; continued to support a major mental health program in Ghana; and provided ongoing support for diabetes and cancer care in the region.

Covid-19 Relief: Asia

By the Numbers

  • Countries supported: 23
  • Financial support: $10.6 million
  • Material support: $502 million
    • Shipments: 389
    • PPE: 10.5 million units
    • Medications: 51.6 million defined daily doses
    • ICU Kits: 58
    • Ventilators & oxygen concentrators: 969 units

When Covid-19 appeared in Wuhan, China, it quickly overwhelmed the city’s hospitals and strained the surrounding province of Hubei. At one point, a top Chinese official warned that 100,000 protective suits would be required each day to fight the disease’s spread, but the country could only produce about 30,000 daily.

Direct Relief quickly jumped in, sending the country over 2 million units of protective equipment, including masks, gowns, gloves, and face shields.

As the virus expanded quickly through Asia, so too has Direct Relief’s response, particularly in countries and communities that were already vulnerable due to instability or other crises.

Direct Relief has provided PPE and oxygen to India; emergency funding to groups providing Covid-19 care to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh; ventilators, and ICU medications for Yemen;  ICU kits to Nepal; and chronic disease medication, PPE and grants for hospitals in Lebanon following last year’s devastating explosion in Beirut.

Covid-19 Relief: Europe

By the Numbers

  • Countries supported: 10
  • Financial support: $1.1 million
  • Material support: $65.7 million
    • Shipments: 63
    • PPE: 1.4 million units
    • Medications: 2.9 million defined daily doses
    • ICU kits: 4
    • Ventilators & oxygen concentrators: 524

The European continent was hit hard and early by Covid-19. And like the rest of the world, Europe experienced acute PPE shortages that threatened the continent’s ability to fight and contain the disease. In response, Direct Relief has provided large quantities of PPE,  ventilators, oxygen concentrators, vaccine refrigerators, other medical equipment, and critical care medications to health organizations in Eastern Europe as well as to overwhelmed health systems in Western Europe including the UK, Spain, and Italy.

The organization’s wide-ranging response in the region has also focused on protecting refugees and other vulnerable groups – providing emergency grants to support at-risk refugees in Italy and Greece; sending oxygen concentrators and other critical care items to Kosovo, North Macedonia, Italy, and Spain, where they were in short supply.

Grant Recipients (U.S.)


ANHC Pharmacy Anchorage Neighborhood, Anchorage
Bethel Family Clinic, Bethel
Iliuliuk Family And Health Services, Inc., Unalaska
Kodiak Island Health Care Foundation dba Kodiak Community Health Center, Kodiak
Norton Sound Health Corporation, Nome
Peninsula Community Health Services of Alaska, Soldotna
Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage
Sunshine Community Health Center, Talkeetna
Yakutat Tlingit Tribe/Yakutat Community Health Center, Yakutat


Bayou Clinic, Bayou La Batre
Franklin Primary Health Center, Mobile
Happi Health, Huntsville
Medical Outreach Ministries, Montgomery
M-POWER Ministries, Birmingham


Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc., Douglas
El Rio Community Health Center, Tucson
Fort Defiance Indian Hospital Board Tse’Hootsooi’ Medical Center, Fort Defiance
Marana Health Center, Marana
Mission of Mercy, Phoenix
Mountain Park Health Center, Phoenix
Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health, Phoenix
Prototype Health/TAPAZ, Mesa
The Navajo Nation, Window Rock


WelcomeHealth, Fayetteville


AAA Comprehensive Healthcare, Inc., North Hollywood
AIDS Project Los Angeles, Inc. APLA Health & Wellness, Los Angeles
Alameda County Health Care for Homeless Program, Oakland
All For Health, Health For All, Glendale
Alliance Medical Clinic, Healdsburg
AltaMed Health Services Corporation, Los Angeles
Altura Centers for Health, Tulare
American Indian Health & Services, Santa Barbara
Ampla Health Del Norte Clinics, Inc., Yuba City
Arroyo Vista Family Health Center, Los Angeles
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center dba SF Community Health Center, San Francisco
Asian Americans For Community Involvement, San Jose
Asian Health Services, Oakland
Asian Pacific Health Care Venture, Inc., Los Angeles
Avenal Community Health Center, Avenal
Behavioral Health Services Family Health Center Pacifica House, Hawthorne
BeverlyCare, Montebello
Borrego Community Health Foundation, Borrego Springs
Camino Health Center, San Juan Capistrano
Center for Family Health and Education, Panorama City
Central City Community Health Center, Rosemead
Central Neighborhood Health Foundation, Los Angeles
Centro Medico Community Clinic, Corona
Chinatown Service Center, Los Angeles
Clinica Msr. Oscar A Romero, Los Angeles
Clinica Sierra Vista Administration, Bakersfield
Clinicas De Salud Del Pueblo, Brawley
Clinicas Del Camino Real, Inc., Ventura
CommuniCare Health Centers, Davis
Community Clinic Association of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles
Community Health Alliance of Pasadena Pharmacy, Pasadena
Community Health Centers of The Central Coast, Nipomo
Community Medical Centers, Stockton
Community Medical Wellness Centers USA, Long Beach
Comprehensive Community Health Centers, Inc., Glendale
Davis Street Primary Care Clinic, San Leandro
De Novo Health Care, Compton
Desert AIDS Project, Palm Springs
Dientes Community Dental Care, Santa Cruz
East Valley Community Health Center Covina, West Covina
Eisner Health, Los Angeles
El Dorado County Community Health Center, Placerville
El Proyecto Del Barrio, Arleta
Families Together of Orange County, Tustin
Family Health Care Centers of Greater Los Angeles Bell Gardens Family Medical Center, Bell Gardens
Family Health Centers of San Diego, San Diego
Family Healthcare Network, Visalia
Free Clinic of Simi Valley, Simi Valley
Gardner Family Health Network, San Jose
Global Health Access Program (GHAP), Berkeley
Golden Valley Health Centers, Merced
Harbor Community Clinic, San Pedro
Health Access for All Inc. dba Angeles Community Health Center, Los Angeles
Health And Life Organization, Inc. dba Sacramento Community Clinic, Sacramento
Health Service Alliance, Chino
HealthRIGHT 360/Haight Ashbury Free Clinic Mission Street , San Francisco
Herald Christian Health Center, Rosemead
Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, San Jose
Indian Health Council Pharmacy, Valley Center
JWCH Institute, Inc., Commerce
Kedren Community Health Center, Los Angeles
KHEIR Clinic Administration, Los Angeles
La Clinica De La Raza, Oakland
La Maestra Community Health Centers, San Diego
Lestonnac Free Clinic, Orange
Lifelong Medical Care Administration, Berkeley
Livingston Community Health, Livingston
Livingstone Community Health Clinic, Stanton
Long Valley Health Center, Laytonville
Los Angeles Christian Health Centers, Los Angeles
Mendocino Coast Clinics, Fort Bragg
Mission City Community Network, Inc., North Hills
Mission Neighborhood Health Center, San Francisco
Moreno Valley Family Health Center Community Health Systems, Inc., Moreno Valley
Mountain Valleys Health Centers, Bieber
Neighborhood Healthcare Administration, Escondido
Nhan Hoa Comprehensive Health Care Clinic, Garden Grove
North East Medical Services, San Francisco
North Orange County Regional Health Foundation, Fullerton
Northeast Community Clinic, Alhambra
Northeast Valley Health Corporation, San Fernando
OCRM Health Care Services, Tustin
Omni Family Health, Bakersfield
Open Door Community Health Centers, Arcata
Operation Samahan, Inc., National City
ParkTree Community Health Center, Pomona
Petaluma Health Center, Petaluma
QueensCare Health Centers, Los Angeles
R.O.A.D.S. Community Care Clinic, Compton
Ravenswood Family Health Center, East Palo Alto
Ritter Center, San Rafael
Saban Community Clinic, Los Angeles
SAC Health System, San Bernardino
Sacramento Native American Health Center, Sacramento
Salud Para La Gente, Watsonville
Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Valencia
San Diego American Indian Health Center, Inc., San Diego
San Diego Family Care Linda Vista Health Care Center, San Diego
San Fernando Community Health Center, San Fernando
San Jose Foothill Family Community Clinic – Administration, San Jose
San Judas Community Health Center, Inc., Los Angeles
San Ysidro Health Center, San Ysidro
Sansum Clinic, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics, Santa Barbara
Santa Cruz Community Health Centers, Santa Cruz
Santa Rosa Community Health Centers Brookwood Health Center, Santa Rosa
School Health Clinics Of Santa Clara County, San Jose
Serenity Care Health Group, Los Angeles
Serve the People Community Health Center, Santa Ana
Share Our Selves Community Health Center, Costa Mesa
Shasta Community Health Center, Redding
Shingletown Medical Center, Shingletown
South Bay Family Health Care Center, Torrance
South Central Family Health Center, Los Angeles
South of Market Health Center, San Francisco
Southland Integrated Services, Inc., Garden Grove
St. John’s Well Child and Family Centers, Los Angeles
St. Vincent De Paul Village Family Healthcare Center, San Diego
Tender Care Community Clinic Inc., Downey
The Achievable Foundation , Culver City
The Children’s Clinic , Long Beach
THE Health and Wellness Center, Los Angeles
The Willow Clinic, Sacramento
Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Union City
Todos Para La Salud Inc., Fresno
TrueCare, San Marcos
UCSD Student-Run Free Clinic Project, La Jolla
Universal Community Health Center, Los Angeles
Valley Community Healthcare, North Hollywood
Valley Health Team, Inc., San Joaquin
Venice Family Clinic, Venice
Via Care Community Health Center, Los Angeles
Vista Community Clinic, Vista
Watts Healthcare Corporation, Los Angeles
West County Health Centers, Inc., Guerneville
Western Sierra Medical Clinic, Grass Valley
Westminster Free Clinic, Thousand Oaks
Westside Family Health Center, Santa Monica
White Memorial Community Health Center, Los Angeles
Wilmington Community Clinic, Wilmington
Winters Healthcare, Winters


Clinica Family Health, Lafayette
Colorado Coalition For The Homeless, Denver
Denver Health and Hospital Authority, Denver
Denver Indian Health and Family Services, Inc., Denver
Inner City Health Center, Denver
Metro Community Provider Network, Englewood
Mountain Family Community Health Center, Glenwood Springs
Northwest Colorado Health Community Health Center, Steamboat Springs
Open Bible Medical Clinic & Pharmacy, Colorado Springs
Pueblo Community Health Center PCHC Pharmacy, Pueblo
Salud Family Health Centers Administration, Fort Lupton
Summit Community Care Clinic, Frisco
Sunrise Community Health, Evans
University of Colorado, Aurora


Charter Oak Health Center, Hartford
Connecticut Institute For Communities, Inc., Danbury
Cornell Scott-Hill Health Corporation, New Haven
Family Centers, Inc., Greenwich
First Choice Health Centers, East Hartford
Intercommunity Health Care, East Hartford
Optimus Health Care, Bridgeport
Wheeler Clinic, Plainville

District of Columbia

La Clinica Del Pueblo, Inc., Washington
Mary’s Center for Maternal and Child Care, Washington
National Black Church Initiative, Washington
Unity Health Care, Inc., Washington


Westside Family Healthcare, Wilmington


Bond Community Health Center , Tallahassee
Borinquen Health Care Center, Inc., Miami
Broward Community & Family Health Center, Hollywood
Camillus Health Concern, Inc., Miami
Care Resource, Miami
Caridad Center, Boynton Beach
Central Florida Family Health Center – True Health, Sanford
Community Health Centers of Pinellas Inc. , St. Petersburg
Community Health Northwest Florida, Pensacola
Community Health of South Florida, Miami
Empower U Community Health Center, Miami
Florida Community Health Centers, West Palm Beach
Genesis Community Health Inc., Boynton Beach
Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida, Immokalee
Jessie Trice Community Health, Miami
MCR Health, Inc., Palmetto
Miami Beach Community Health Center, Miami Beach
Miami Rescue Mission Clinic, Inc., Miami
Neighborhood Health Clinic, Naples
Neighborhood Medical Center, Inc., Tallahassee
North Florida Medical Centers, Inc., Tallahassee
Osceola County Council on Aging Clinic, Kissimmee
Palms Medical Group, High Springs
Pancare of Florida, Inc., Panama City
Premier Community HealthCare, Dade City
Project Health, Inc. dba Langley Health Services, Sumterville
Sulzbacher Health Center, Jacksonville
Suncoast Community Health Centers , Brandon
Tampa Family Health Centers, Tampa
The Brevard Health Alliance Inc., Melbourne
The Way Free Medical Clinic, Inc., Green Cove Springs
Underground Free Clinic, Tampa
Volunteers in Medicine Clinic, Inc., Stuart
Whole Family Health Center, Vero Beach


Bethesda Community Clinic, Canton
Coastal Community Health Services, Inc., Brunswick
Community Health Care Systems , Tennille
Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health , Savannah
Diversity Health Center, Inc., Ludowici
East Georgia Healthcare, Inc., Swainsboro
First Choice Primary Care, Macon
Free Clinic of Rome, Rome
Georgia Highlands Medical Services, Inc., Cumming
Good News Clinics, Inc., Gainesville
Medical Associates Plus, Augusta
Medlink Georgia, Inc., Colbert
Meridian Educational Resource Group dba Whitefoord Inc., Atlanta
Primary Healthcare Centers of Dade, Inc., Trenton
South Central Primary Care Center, Ocilla


Community Clinic of Maui, Inc., Wailuku
Hana Health, Hana
Lanai Community Health Center Administration, Lanai City
The Wahiawa Center For Community Health, Wahiawa
Waimanalo Health Center, Waimanalo
West Hawaii Community Health Center, Kailua Kona


Community Health Care, Inc. Edgerton Women’s Health Center, Davenport
Community Health Center of Fort Dodge, Fort Dodge


Boundary Regional Community Health Center dba Kaniksu Health Services, Ponderay
Dirne Health Centers Inc. dba Heritage Health, Hayden
Family Health Services Administration, Twin Falls
Health West – Lava Clinic, Lava Hot Springs
Pocatello Free Clinic, Pocatello


Asian Human Services Family Health Center, Chicago
Chicago Family Health Center, Chicago
Community Health and Emergency Services, Cairo
Crusader Central Clinic Association, Rockford
Erie Family Health Center, Chicago
Esperanza Health Centers, Chicago
Family Christian Health Center, Harvey
Family Health Partnership Clinic, Crystal Lake
Greater Elgin Family Care Center, Elgin
Heartland Health Centers, Chicago
Legacy Medical Care, Inc., Arlington Heights
Macoupin County Maple Street Clinic, Gillespie
New Song Health Center dba Bolingbrook Christian Health Center, Bolingbrook
Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation , Sauget
VNA Health Care, Aurora
Will-Grundy Medical Clinic, Joliet


Health Net, Inc., Indianapolis
Heart and Soul Clinic, Inc., Westfield
Maple City Health Care Center, Goshen


Community Health Center of Southeast Kansas, Pittsburg
Heartland Medical Clinic, Inc. dba Heartland Community Health Center, Lawrence
Prairiestar Health Center, Hutchinson


Fairview Community Health Center, Bowling Green
HealthPoint Family Care, Covington
Park Duvalle Community Health Center, Louisville


Baptist Community Health Services, New Orleans
HIV/AIDS Alliance for Region Two dba Open Health Care Clinic, Baton Rouge
Iberia Comprehensive Community Health Center, New Iberia
Innis Community Health Center, Batchelor
Marillac Community Health Centers, New Orleans
Martin Luther King Health Center dba MLK Health Center & Pharmacy, Shreveport
MQVN Community Development Corp , New Orleans
No Aids Task Force dba Crescent Care, New Orleans
Odyssey House Community Health Center, New Orleans
Primary Health Services Center, Monroe
RKM Primary Care, Clinton
Southeast Community Health Systems , Independence
St. Thomas Community Health Center, New Orleans
Start Corporation (CHC), Houma
The Health Hut, Ruston


Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, Boston
Brockton Neighborhood Health Center, Brockton
Cambridge Health Alliance, Cambridge
Codman Square Health Center, Dorchester
Community Health Center of Franklin County, Turners Falls
Community Health Programs, Great Barrington
Dimock Community Health Center, Roxbury
Dot House Health, Dorchester
East Boston Neighborhood Health Center Corporation, Boston
Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center, Worcester
Family Health Care Center of SSTAR, Fall River
Family Health Center of Worcester, Worcester
Fenway Community Health Center, Boston
Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, Methuen
Greater New Bedford Community Health Center, New Bedford
Harbor Health Services, Hyannis
Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center, Inc., Dorchester
Hilltown Community Health Centers, Worthington
Holyoke Health Center, Holyoke
Lowell Community Health Center, Lowell
Lynn Community Health, Inc., Lynn
Manet Community Health Center, Quincy
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers, Worcester
North End Community Health Committee, Boston
Outer Cape Health Services, Harwich Port
South Boston Community Health Center, South Boston
South Cove Community Health Center, Boston
South End Community Health Center, Boston
The Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Inc., Boston
Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires, Great Barrington
Whittier Street Health Center, Roxbury


CCI – Silver Spring, Silver Spring
Chase Brexton Health Center, Baltimore
Greater Baden Medical Services, Brandywine
National Black Nurses Association, Silver Spring
Shepherd’s Clinic, Baltimore


Islands Community Medical Services, Vinalhaven
Oasis Free Clinics, Brunswick
Penobscot Community Health Care, Bangor
Portland Community Health Center, Portland
Sacopee Valley Health Center, Porter


Cherry Street Services, Inc. Heart of the City Pharmacy, Grand Rapids
Community Health and Social Services Center – CHASS, Detroit
Covenant Community Care Street Outreach, Detroit
Dr. Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic, Pontiac
Family Health Care, Baldwin
Lakeland Immediate Care Center dba Cassopolis Family Clinic Network, Cassopolis
Love in Action of the Tri-Cities, Grand Haven
The Luke Project 52 Clinic, Fenton
The Wellness Plan PHARMACY, Detroit
Thunder Bay Community Health Service, Inc., Hillman
Traverse Health Clinic, Traverse City
Trinity Community Care, Shelby Township


C.A.R.E. Clinic, Red Wing
Community-University Health Care Center University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Cook Area Health Services, Inc. dba Scenic Rivers Health Services, Cook
HealthFinders Collaborative, Inc., Faribault
Minnesota Community Care, St. Paul
Southside Community Health Services, Inc., Minneapolis


Access Family Care, Joplin
Big Springs Medical Association dba Missouri Highlands Health Care, Ellington
Faith Community Health, Branson
Kansas City CARE Clinic, Kansas City
Northwest Health Services, Inc., St. Joseph
Semo Health Network Southeast Missouri Health Network, New Madrid


Aaron E Henry Community Health Services Center, Clarksdale
Amite County Medical Services, Inc., Liberty
Central Mississippi Health Services, Jackson
Coastal Family Health Center, Biloxi
Community Health Center Association of Mississippi, Jackson
Free Clinic of Meridian, Meridian
G. A. Carmichael Family Health Center, Canton
Greater Meridian Health Clinic Inc., Meridian
Jefferson Comprehensive Health Center, Fayette
Northeast Mississippi Health Care, Inc., Byhalia
Outreach Health Services, Inc., Shubuta
Southeast MS Rural Health Initiative, Inc., Hattiesburg


Bighorn Valley Health Center Ashland, Ashland

North Carolina

Advance Community Health, Inc., Raleigh
Black River Health Services, Inc. dba Black River Family Practice, Burgaw
Cape Fear Clinic, Wilmington
Carolina Family Health Centers Wilson Community Health Center, Wilson
Community Care Clinic of Rowan County, Salisbury
Community Health Services of Union County Inc., Monroe
CommWell Health Administration Office, Four Oaks
Free Clinic of Rockingham County, Reidsville
Goshen Medical Center, Inc., Faison
Greene County Health Care, Snow Hill
Helping Hands Clinic, Inc., Lenoir
Hot Springs Health Program, Marshall
Kintegra Family Medicine – Hudson, Gastonia
Lake Norman Community Health Clinic, Huntersville
MedAssist of Mecklenburg, Charlotte
Mountain Community Health Partnership, Bakersville
New Hanover Community Health Center dba MedNorth Health Center, Wilmington
New Hope Clinic, Inc., Southport
Person Family Medical Center, Roxboro
Piedmont Health Services, Carrboro
Randolph Family Health Care at Merce Randolph County, Asheboro
Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center, Ahoskie
Scotland Community Health Clinic , Laurinburg
Stedman Wade Health Services, Wade
Western North Carolina Community Health Services, Asheville

North Dakota

Coal Country Community Health Center, Beulah
Family Healthcare Center, Fargo
Northland Community Health Center Administration, Turtle Lake
Spectra Health, Grand Forks


Charles Drew Health Center, Omaha
Clinic with a Heart, Lincoln
Good Neighbor Community Health Center, Columbus
HelpCare Clinic, Kearney
North Omaha Area Health , Omaha
OneWorld Community Health Center, Omaha

New Hampshire

Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Littleton

New Jersey

Cape Volunteers in Medicine, Inc., Cape May
Center for Health, Education, Medicine and Dentistry , Lakewood
Henry J. Austin Health Center, Inc., Trenton
North Hudson Community Action Corporation – Administration, Union City
Project H.O.P.E.,Inc., Camden
Zufall Health Center Dover, Dover

New Mexico

Community Outreach & Patient Empowerment Program, Inc., Gallup
El Pueblo Health Services, Bernalillo
First Nations Community HealthSource, Albuquerque


Community Health Alliance, Reno
Northern Nevada HOPES Clinic, Reno

New York

Advantage Care Health Centers, Brookville
Beacon Christian Community Health Center, Staten Island
Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center, Brooklyn
Betances Health, New York
BronxCare Health System Emergency Room Department, Bronx
Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center, Brooklyn
Care for the Homeless, New York
Community Health Center of Richmond, Staten Island
Community Healthcare Network, New York
Cornerstone Family Healthcare, Cornwall
East Harlem Council for Human Services Boriken Neighborhood Health Center, New York
Ezra Medical Center, Brooklyn
Family Health Centers at NYU Langone Sunset Park Health Council, Inc., Brooklyn
HealthCare Choices NY, Inc., Brooklyn
His Branches, Inc., Rochester
Hometown Health Centers Schenectady Family Health Services, Schenectady
Housing Works, Brooklyn
Hudson Headwaters Health Network, Queensbury
Jericho Road Community Health Center, Buffalo
Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center, Arverne
Long Island FQHC Inc., Westbury
Long Island Select Healthcare, Inc., Central Islip
Metro Community Health Center, Inc., Bronx
Neighborhood Health Center of WNY, Inc., Buffalo
ODA Primary Care Health Center, Brooklyn
Open Door Family Medical Centers Inc., Ossining
Project Renewal Inc., New York
Rochester Primary Care Network dba Mosaic Health Administration, Rochester
The Chautauqua Center, Dunkirk
The Door-Adolescent Health Center, New York
The Floating Hospital, Inc., Long Island City
The Institute for Family Health, New York
Trillium Health Inc., Rochester
Urban Health Plan, Inc., Bronx
VIP Community Services Inc., Bronx
William F. Ryan Community Health Center, New York


Axess Pointe Community Health Centers, Inc., Akron
Circle Health Services Uptown, Cleveland
Columbus Neighborhood Health Center, Inc dba PrimaryOne Health, Columbus
Compass Community Health, Portsmouth
County of Medina Auditor, dba Medina County Health Department, Medina
Equitas Health, Columbus
Fairfield Community Health Center, Lancaster
Family Health Services of Darke County, Greenville
Five Rivers Health Centers Samaritan Homeless Clinic, Dayton
Grace Clinics of Ohio, Inc., Delaware
HealthSource of Ohio, Inc., Loveland
Heart of Ohio Family Health Center, Columbus
Hopewell Health Centers, Inc., Athens
Knox County Community Health Center, Mount Vernon
Lisbon and East Liverpool Community Health Centers, Lisbon
Lorain County Free Clinic, Lorain
Muskingum Valley Health Center, Zanesville
Neighborhood Health Care, Inc. dba Neighborhood Family Practice, Cleveland
Ohio Hills Health Services, Barnesville
Rocking Horse Community Health Center, Springfield
Shawnee Mental Health Center, Portsmouth
Southeast, Inc., Columbus
The HealthCare Connection, Inc., Cincinnati
Winton Hills Medical and Health Center dba WinMed Health Services, Cincinnati


Health & Wellness Center, Stigler
Morton Comprehensive Health Services, Tulsa
Northeastern Oklahoma Community Health Centers, Inc., Hulbert


La Clinica Community Pharmacy, Medford
One Community Health, Hood River
Volunteers In Medicine Clinic Of The Cascades, Bend
White Bird Clinic, Eugene


Community Volunteers in Medicine, West Chester
Hamilton Health Center, Harrisburg
Hope Within Ministries, Inc., Elizabethtown
La Comunidad Hispana, Kennett Square
Public Health Management Corporation, Philadelphia
The Wright Center for Community Health, Jermyn

Puerto Rico

Camuy Health Services, Inc., Camuy
Community Health Foundation of Puerto Rico, Inc., Bayamon
Costa Salud Community Health Centers Rincón, Rincón
Health ProMed Foundation, Santurce
Hospital General Castañer, Castaner
Med Centro, Inc., Ponce
Migrant Health Center Western Region, Inc., Mayagüez
Morovis Community Health Center, Inc., Morovis
Ponce Medical School Foundation Inc., Ponce
PryMed Medical Care, Inc., Ciales

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Free Clinic, Providence
Thundermist Health Center, Woonsocket

South Carolina

Beaufort-Jasper Hampton Comprehensive Health Services, Okatie
CareSouth Carolina, Inc., Hartsville
Fetter Health Care Network, Charleston
Good Samaritan Clinic, West Columbia
Greenville Free Medical Clinic, Greenville
New Horizon Family Health Services, Greenville
Tandem Health SC, Sumter
Taylors Free Medical Clinic, Taylors
Welvista, Columbia

South Dakota

Horizon Health Care, Inc., Howard


Cherokee Health Systems Knoxville, Knoxville
Chota Community Health Services, Madisonville
Faith Family Medical Center, Nashville
Helping Hands of Tennessee, Jackson
Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center, Inc., Nashville
Neighborhood Health, Nashville
Providence Medical Clinic of Kingsport, Kingsport
University Community Health Services, Nashville


Amistad Community Health Center, Corpus Christi
Asian American Health Coalition dba HOPE Clinic, Houston
Atascosa Health Center, Inc., Pleasanton
Bee Busy Wellness Center, Houston
Brownsville Community Health Center, Brownsville
Casa El Buen Samaritano, Houston
Centro San Vicente, El Paso
CentroMed South Park Clinic Pharmacy, San Antonio
Coastal Bend Wellness Foundation, Corpus Christi
CommuniCare Health Centers Dr. Frank Bryant Health Center, San Antonio
Community Health Center of Lubbock, Lubbock
Community Health Centers of South Central Texas, Gonzales
El Centro De Corazon, Houston
Fort Bend Family Health Center AccessHealth, Richmond
Galveston County Health District Coastal Health & Wellness Clinic, Texas City
Gateway Community Health Center, Laredo
Good Samaritan Rescue Mission, Corpus Christi
Grapevine Relief And Community Exchange, Grapevine
Gulf Coast Health Center, Port Arthur
Health Center of Southeast Texas, Cleveland
Health Services of North Texas, Denton
Healthcare for the Homeless Caroline Clinic, Houston
Heart of Texas Community Health Center, Waco
Hope Clinic of McKinney, McKinney
Interfaith Community Clinic, Conroe
Lone Star Community Health Center, Conroe
Matagorda Episcopal Health Outreach Program Medical Clinic, Bay City
Mission East Dallas, Mesquite
North Texas Area Community Health Centers, Inc., Fort Worth
Nuestra Clinica Del Valle, San Juan
Pasadena Health Center, Pasadena
PediPlace, Inc., Lewisville
San Jose Clinic, Houston
Shackelford County Community Resource Center, Albany
Shifa Healthcare and Community Services USA, Sugar Land
Smithville Community Clinic, Smithville
South Plains Rural Health, Levelland
South Texas Rural Health Services, Inc., Cotulla
Spring Branch Community Health Center, Houston
Stephen F Austin Community Health Network, Alvin
Su Clinica Familiar, Harlingen
Temple Community Clinic, Temple
The Texas International Institute of Health Professions, Houston
Triangle Area Network, Beaumont
Ubi Caritas Health Ministries, Beaumont
Vecino Health Centers Houston Community Health Centers, Houston
Wellness Pointe, Longview


Bear Lake Community Health Centers, Providence
Community Health Centers, Inc., West Valley City


Central Virginia Health Services Inc , New Canton
Chesapeake Care, Chesapeake
CrossOver Healthcare Ministry, Richmond
Daily Planet Health Care For The Homeless, Richmond
Greater Prince William Community Health Center, Woodbridge
National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics, Alexandria
Neighborhood Health, Alexandria
Orange County Free Clinic, Orange
Portsmouth Community Health Center, Inc. dba Hampton Roads Community Health Center, Norfolk
Richmond Area High Blood Pressure Center dba Center for Healthy Hearts, Richmond
Rx Partnership, Richmond
Southwest Virginia Community Health Systems, Saltville
The Catoctin Foundation dba Loudoun Free Clinic, Leesburg
Vernon J. Harris East End CHC dba Capital Area Health Network, Richmond


Park Street Healthshare, Rutland
People’s Health & Wellness Clinic, Barre
Richford Health Center, Inc., Richford


Battle Ground HealthCare, Battle Ground
Community Health Assn. of Spokane CHAS , Spokane
Cowlitz Family Health Center, Longview
Grace Clinic, Kennewick
HealthPoint, Renton
International Community Health Services, Seattle
Neighborcare Health, Seattle
Peninsula Community Health Services, Bremerton
Sea Mar Community Health Centers, Seattle
Seattle Indian Health Board, Seattle
The Olympia Free Clinic , Olympia
Tri-Cities Community Health, Pasco
Yakima Neighborhood Health Services, Yakima


Lake Superior Community Health Center, Superior
Milwaukee Health Services, Inc., Milwaukee
NorthLakes Community Clinic, Iron River
Outreach Community Health Centers, Milwaukee
Partnership Community Health Center, Appleton

West Virginia

Belington Community Medical Services Association, Belington
Community Health Systems, Inc. dba Access Health, Beckley
Health Access, Inc., Clarksburg
Roane County Family Health Care, Spencer
WV Health Right, Inc., Charleston


Downtown Clinic, Laramie
HealthWorks, Cheyenne

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