In May 2017, San Fernando Community Health Center was awarded $100,000 by L.A. Care Health Plan’s Community Health Investment Fund (CHIF) 2016 -2017. The Oral Health Initiative IX (OHI IX) funding has allowed SFCHC to expand our dental clinic access by opening on alternate Saturdays and building our dental provider team by increasing our dental workforce. SFCHC added more dentist hours, another day of dental hygiene services and have added more registered dental assistants to assist our great dental team. The award has been a blessing for our community since access to quality, low-cost oral health services remains one of the greatest of unmet health needs in the San Fernando Valley. L.A. Care Health Plan has consistently worked to provide resources for community clinics so that the needs of the community can be met. San Fernando Community Health Center deeply appreciates the support of L.A. Care Health Plan.
SFCHC is honored to announce that Assemblywoman Luz Rivas has secured $2 million in state funding to open a satellite healthcare clinic in Panorama City.
San Fernando Community Health Center (SFCHC) proudly announces two grants totaling $275,000 from the L.A. Care Health Plan, an organization providing the most vulnerable residents and communities of Los Angeles County access to quality health coverage.
Thanks to the vision and leadership of Assemblywoman Luz Rivas (D-San Fernando Valley), San Fernando Community Health Center (SFCHC) has been awarded $2 million in state funding to open a satellite healthcare clinic in Panorama City serving those in need.
Back-to-school season is a time for new school supplies, backpacks, activities and friendships. It’s also a time for parents to make sure their children are up to date on all vaccinations.
Thanks to funding provided by Providence Health Services, SFCHC is launching a new Mobile Medical Services program this fall to directly serve unhoused individuals in our service area.
AUGUST 6–12, 2023 -- Community Health Centers are not just healers, we are innovators who look beyond medical charts to address the factors that may cause poor health