Community Health Centers are local and non-profit. They improve access to healthcare for all residents, regardless of insurance status, and supply reduced-cost care based on capability to pay. In addition to healthcare services, Community Health Centers tailor services to fit the special requirements of their communities, delivering services such as translation, medication assistance programs, and health education.
BRCHS now has 13 sites in five counties. Whether you're insured or not, BRCHS is your community health center - providing quality healthcare that is accessible and affordable for ALL!
Yesterday, BRCHS hosted a Grand Opening event at our newest site, Polk Health Center, in Columbus, NC. Thanks to all of the community leaders that came out to show their support. We're happy to say, thousands of Polk County residents now have access to
A young woman is coming to terms with an addiction to methamphetamines thanks to the care she's receiving at Polk Health Center. She's working with our providers and community partners to help her on her road to recovery. We've got great, lifesaving stories
A 62-year-old woman experiencing worsening fatigue, shortness of breath and chest discomfort had been ignoring her health due to the stress of a recent move. When she visited Polk Health Center, Dr. Amy Marietta (pictured below) was concerned enough to
A young woman revealed that she had been abused as a child and is finally getting the counseling she needs. Another great example of the impact Polk Health Center is having on the community it serves! #MentalHealthMatters (pictured: Laura Ellington, LCSW
CALL TO ACTION! There's a new bi-partisan support letter circulating that Members of Congress can sign to publicly show their support for Health Centers. The signatures we receive will influence how successful we are in securing funding for 2017! Follow
Excellent article on one of our newest, collaborative programs. We're working with Pardee Hospital and YMCA of Western North Carolina to make Diabetes screening, education and prevention a priority in Henderson County. http://www.blueridgenow.com/article/20160220/NEWS/160219792
A very nice letter written about our School Based Health Centers to the Asheville Citizen-Times. Perfect timing for School Based Health Care Awareness Month! http://www.citizen-times.com/story/opinion/readers/2016/02/16/letter-public-awareness-sbhc-key-establishment-continuity/80445308/