National Health Center Week (August 6 – 12, 2023) is an annual celebration with the goal of raising awareness about the mission and accomplishments of America’s community health centers over the past five decades.
Community Health Centers serve as the beacon of strength, service, and care in their communities. In moments of pain and loss, they offer support and love. In moments of triumph, they offer hope and a vision for the future. Let’s come together this week to celebrate the roles Community Health Centers have played in both our recent moments of loss and triumph. This National Health Center Week is a virtual road trip across the US, highlighting the achievements and amazing work being done in each state and territory. It’s a week for us to take pride in our states/territories and communities, as well as “visiting” our friends across the map to get to know each other.
Community Health Centers: The Roadmap to a Stronger America

Focus Days: -
Sunday, 8/6: Public Health in Housing Day

- Monday, 8/7: Healthcare for the Homeless Day
- Tuesday, 8/8: Agricultural Worker Health Center Day
- Wednesday, 8/9: Patient Appreciation Day
- Thursday, 8/10: Stakeholder Appreciation Day
- Friday, 8/11: Health Center Staff Appreciation Day
- Saturday, 8/12: Children's Health Day

Objectives/Goals: - Educate the public about the value of Community Health Centers. - Recognize Community Health Center accomplishments, board members, staff, and patients.  - Engage stakeholders, elected officials and supporters in celebrating Community Health Centers. - Highlight Community Health Center priorities: Health Center Viability and Strong Workforce. - Honor front line providers, staff and patients who lost their lives during the ongoing pandemic. - Host events that celebrate Community Health Centers and the importance they hold in their communities.
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