To improve health and health equity in Genesee County through the provision of high quality healthcare services and programs in an integrated, patient-centered environment with a priority focus on homeless and public housing residents. The Genesee Community Health Center (GCHC) provides care to anyone in need, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. While GCHC specializes in meeting the needs of the homeless and residents of public housing, services are available to anyone.
Genesee Community Health Center provides services to everyone, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status. We accept most insurances.
We offer Integrated Care consisting of:
- Primary Care
- Behavioral Health Care
- Mental Health
- Substance use disorder care
- Dental Services by referral
In addition to primary health care and behavioral health care, we can offer help with some of life’s challenges, including:
- Food Assistance
- Help in Applying for Health Insurance
- Coordination with Health Care Specialists
- Coordination and Help with Community Resources
- Assistance with Translation to reduce any Language Barriers
- Assistance with medications
What is Integrated Care?
Integrated Care simply means that your physical health and emotional health are
part of “whole person care.” At Genesee Community Health Center (GCHC), we look at you and your needs, and work with you on a plan “For You.”
A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a place where medical and behavioral health clinicians work together with you to address your concerns. GCHC is a nationally recognized patient-centered medical home.
Come see us today.