Special Populations

Many Health Center Program grantees receive federal funds to provide health care and social services for the general underserved community and populations in their service areas.
Special Populations are defined by HRSA as being:  Veterans, Migrant and Seasonal Farm workers, Homeless, Native Americans, clients living in temporary housing and clients living with HIV. One client could belong to one or more of the above categories.
To learn more about services provided, special events relating to Special Populations, or evolving ideas of how to reach out and include Special Populations at your Health Center, contact Jennifer Trujillo.  
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