Advocating for the Community Health Center Movement.

All Care is grateful for the efforts of The Iowa Primary Care Association, which plays a vital role in the education of our local, state, and national policymakers surrounding community health centers. As healthcare leaders, they amplify the voices of our patients and communities to request support for our vision of health equity for all. Community health centers are proud to have a long history of elected official bipartisan support.

Grassroots advocacy is foundational to the community health center movement. Our work focuses on providing access to high-quality, affordable healthcare in under-resourced communities. Fourteen community health centers across Iowa serve nearly 250,000 patients annually, but there are still more to serve.  

VoterVoice is our online advocacy tool, which allows staff, board members, patients, partners, and community members to connect with elected officials and share the positive efforts of our local community health center. Anyone can be a part of this network. Sign up for VoterVoice today to support community health centers as we work to increase access to healthcare!

Nationally, All Care looks to the National Association of Community Health Centers to share even more messages about our larger footprint. Through their Health Center Advocacy Network, we invite stakeholders to take action through email, social media, and other avenues by joining this network. In addition to mobilizing efforts, great information is shared to understand community health centers’ needs better.