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12 Dec
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Future of Franklin: Nonprofit to Transform Elementary School into Health Care Complex

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Many believe the closure of Franklin Elementary hurt their Little Rock neighborhood, but a nonprofit plans to use the empty building to heal it. Community Health Centers of Arkansas (CHCA) bought the school to transform it into ...

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05 Dec
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Health Providers Fight Domestic Violence with Pilot Program

Health Care Providers Fight Domestic Violence with Pilot Program

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28 Nov
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Facing “hard decisions” health centers plead for restored funding

The Hill –  by Rachel Roubein Community health centers are scrambling to make contingency plans as they anxiously wait to see if Congress will renew billions of dollars in federal funding that expired on Sept. 30. Often situated in medically ...

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28 Nov
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States preparing for children’s health insurance program to run out of funding report

The Hill – by Julian Manchester Nearly a dozen states are readying for the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which provides insurance to low-income children, to run out of funding, according to a report from The Washington Post. Five states ...

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16 Nov
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Community Health – Creating A Healthy Arkansas- Fall 2017

The second edition of Community Health – Creating A Healthy Arkansas is now available.

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30 Oct
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CHCA CEO LaShannon Spencer honored with Museum of Discovery “Spark!” Award

“Spark! Igniting a Passion for Science, Technology and Math” is the Museum of Discovery’s signature fundraising event. Our interactive museum is the perfect venue for energizing our guests about the same things that energize our 150,000-plus annual visitors every day. ...

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16 Oct
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Deep in Trump Country, a Big Stake in Health Care

It’s not every day that Mountain Home, Arkansas is featured in a story from The New York Times. Read more about the health care crisis, and how slashing Medicare/Medicaid funds would impact small town America. Medical care is the job ...

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29 Sep
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CHCA CEO LaShanoon Spencer visits with Roby Brock of Talk Business & Politics

LaShannon Spencer 10.6.17 LaShannon Spencer, CEO of Community Health Centers of Arkansas, discusses the impact of Congressional inaction on health care budgeting. Posted by Talk Business & Politics-Statewide on Friday, October 6, 2017

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13 Aug
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CHCA launches a new quarterly magazine

Click here to read the latest e-issue of Community Health magazine. The quarterly publication, published by the Community Health Centers of Arkansas, is intended to inform readers of news pertaining to our 11 member health centers and to provide useful ...

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