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12/12/2017
2018 Anthem Medicaid Update

12/13/2017
Social Determinants of Health Data Users- Food Insecurity

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) presentation

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About CHCs
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An integral component of IPHCA's mission is to help develop, nurture, and  continually expand the network of Community Health Centers (CHCs) across the state.
Indiana has two types of CHCs: Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) that receive funding from the Bureau of Primary Health Care (a component of the US Department of Health and Human Services), and State-Funded Health Centers funded by tobacco settlement monies allocated to the state. Some of Indiana's 25 FQHCs are also State-Funded, and 22 Centers receive monies only from the state.
This section contains both general information about Community Health Centers and specific information about CHCs in Indiana.