Community Healthcare Network (CHN) is a not-for-profit organization that includes 10 health centers that provide access to affordable, culturally-competent and comprehensive community-based primary care, mental health and social services for diverse populations in underserved communities throughout New York City. In December 2007, CHN became accredited by The Joint Commission.
Our services are completely confidential and as a Federally Qualified Health Center CHN does not turn anyone away. CHN serves more than 65,000 individuals a year regardless of insurance status or ability to pay.
Services CHN health centers provide include adolescent medicine, adult medicine, asthma screening and care, cancer screening, cholesterol screening and colposcopy. Dental services, diabetes screening and care, emergency contraception, family planning and reproductive health care, geriatrics and HIV care and treatment adherence are also offered. In addition, immunizations, mammograms, mental health services (under article 31 license), nutrition services, pediatrics and well-baby care, podiatry, prenatal and post-partum care, psychiatry, reproductive health care and school physicals are provided.
CHNs health centers and locations include:
Helen B. Atkinson Health Center in Harlem at 81 W. 115th Street (212) 426-0088
Community League Health Center in Washington Heights at 1996 Amsterdam Avenue (212) 781-7979
Downtown Health Center in the Lower East Side at 150 Essex Street (212) 477-1120
CABS Health Center in Bushwick at 94-98 Manhattan Avenue (718) 388-0390
Caribbean House Health Center in Crown Heights at 1167 Nostrand Avenue (718) 778-0198
Dr. Betty Shabazz Health Center in East New York at 999 Blake Avenue (718) 277-8303
Red Hook Health Center in the Red Hook Community Justice Center at 88 Visitation Place (718) 694-6049
Bronx Health Center in the South Bronx at 975 Westchester Avenue (718) 320-4466
Queens Health Center in Jamaica at 97-04 Sutphin Blvd (718) 657-7088
Various locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn (646) 772-5925
CHN has a team of more than 300 staff including medical providers, nurses, nutritionists, social workers, case managers, counselors, professional and administrative staff. Reflecting the communities served, CHN staff members speak more than a dozen languages including Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese, Haitian Creole, French and Vietnamese. In addition, CHN has access to a live translation Language Line that provides translation in more than 150 languages.
For more information, visit our website at www.chnnyc.org