Health centers are community-based local clinics that provide comprehensive medical, dental, and healthcare services, focusing on meeting the needs of their communities. Operating for nearly six decades, these centers serve over 30.5 million people at nearly 15,000 sites across the U.S., with approximately 90% of their patients having incomes below 200% of the federal poverty level. Available in all U.S. states, territories, and the District of Columbia, health centers offer easily accessible care, often utilizing mobile vans. Staffed by a range of medical professionals, including doctors, dentists, therapists, and more, they adjust fees based on income, ensuring accessibility for all, irrespective of insurance coverage. Many centers provide care in multiple languages, offer transportation assistance, and receive partial funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). High-quality care is a priority, with 97% of patients recommending their health center. Services encompass blood pressure monitoring, cancer screening, COVID-19 testing, dental exams, mental health counseling, and more. To locate a health center, individuals can visit, which offers information in multiple languages.