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The Valley Blurb
Capital Funding to Increase Access to Patient Care
Valley Professionals Community Health Center was recently awarded $1 million in funding for facility renovation, expansion, or construction, and will utilize funds for expansion of its Clinton health center located in Vermillion County.
Substance Abuse Funding to Aid Local Fight against Opioid Epidemic
Valley Professionals Community Health Center (VPCHC) was recently awarded $406,250 in funding aimed at improving and expanding the delivery of substance abuse services, with focus on treatment of opioid use disorders in underserved populations, through the Affordable Care Act.
Terre Haute Tribune Star – Community Progess Update
What questions come to mind when searching for a healthcare provider? Will I receive quality care? I don’t have health insurance; can I afford to be seen by a doctor? How will I be able to afford the prescribed medication? When will I have extra time to wait around in a doctor’s office? Does this sound like you?
Health Center Provides as Resource for New Medicaid Plan
Valley Professionals Community Health Center (VPCHC) is available to assist individuals and families who are eligible to enroll or need additional information about the Medicaid expansion in Indiana, known as Healthy Indiana Plan or HIP 2.0.
May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month
May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month. This month offers the perfect opportunity to consider our health, learn more about high blood pressure and make a choice to get blood pressure under control.
Infant Mortality Task Force Takes Charge
A local task force has been created to develop ways to reduce Indiana’s infant mortality rate. The Rural Health Innovation Collaborative (RHIC) of Terre Haute has been selected by the National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health, to lead the West Central Indiana Infant Mortality Reduction Task Force
VPCHC Indiana State Department of Health Collaborative Team
Since February 2013, VPCHC has participated in a primary care collaborative initiated by the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) with a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Valley Professionals Community Health Center Leading in Innovation
Valley Professionals Community Health Center was recently featured in the 1st quarter edition of the 2014 Indiana State Department of Health’s Chronic Disease Newsletter. The article highlights VPCHC and the ways it continues to improve the health and care of those in the community.
Health Center Announces Name Change
Vermillion-Parke Community Health Center, Inc., has announced the organization is changing its name to Valley Professionals Community Health Center (VPCHC). The name change reflects the organization’s growth and opportunities to serve the surrounding communities.