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Community Health Centers of Arkansas, Inc., Arkansas Primary Care Association, is a non-profit organization which serves as the “Voice” for Arkansas’ network of Community Health Centers. CHCA focuses on fostering access to comprehensive, affordable, accessible, quality primary and preventive health care services for underserved Arkansans. CHCA facilitates shared resources, collaborative partnerships, technical assistance and training focused on helping Community Health Center members strengthen and expand their services. CHCA fosters and supports development of new community-based health services in underserved communities.

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CHCA Annual Conference on the Horizon

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Community Health Centers of Arkansas will hold its 2014 Annual Conference on November 13 at a location to be decided later in Little Rock, Arkansas.

This year's event is a one-day program, and planning is in the process! Be sure to stay tuned for more details.

Spots are open for exhibitors or sponsors. To take advantage of either, call Sandi Ganus at 501-374-8225 extension 102 or email sganus@chc-ar.org.

Beebe Has Hope for Private Option in 2015

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Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe was in the national news recently in regards to his feelings of the future of the Private Option.

An Associated Press news article told of the Governor speaking at the Delta Grassroots Caucus' recent conference in Little Rock. During that meeting, Beebe said he was "cautiously optimistic," according to the Associated Press story, that Arkansas would keep the Private Option in 2015.

We've got a new home!

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Community Health Centers of Arkansas, Arkansas' Primary Care Association, has changed locations.

NACHC Report: Millions of Americans With Little or No Access to Primary Care

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According to a report recently released by the National Association of Community Health Centers, there is a tremendous amount of Americans who have little or no access to primary care. In fact, studies show that some 62 million Americans fall into this category, even with the Affordable Care Act.
So, what is the reason?