To provide quality health and human services to the medically underserved and low-income population in a culturally sensitive manner.
CCCHC is committed to its mission “to provide quality health and human services to the medically underserved and low-income population in a culturally sensitive manner.” CCCHC is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of the South Los Angeles, Orange, and Riverside and San Bernardino County populations by providing quality health and human services to underserved low-income residents in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner. CCCHC’s service area, Los Angeles County Service Planning Area (SPA) 6, is populated by at-risk, vulnerable individuals who experience significant barriers to accessing health care.
Patients We Serve
Most of our patients come to us from South Los Angeles, Compton, Huntington Park, Inglewood, Lynwood, Bell, South Gate, and Long beach.
In 2020, we saw a total of 7,401 unduplicated patients, resulting in 42,707 visits. Sixty-seven percent live below 100 percent of the federal poverty level.
CCCHC is a My Health LA (MHLA) partner with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, with 34 percent of our patients receiving services under our MHLA agreements. Another 10 percent have private insurance, and 12 percent self-pay. About 1 percent receives services through Healthy Families; 14 percent, managed care; 16 percent, Medicare; and 11 percent, Medi-Cal.
Services We Provide
Cough & Cold
Allergies & Asthma
Pap Smear/Prostate Screening
Flu Shots & Vaccinations
Minor Injuries and more….
WOMENS HEALTH & MATERNITY
Specialized Newborn Care
Breast Care & Screening
Woman’s Senior Care
PEDIATRIC & CHILD SERVICES
Well Child Visits
Resources for Families
Teen Health Visits
Hearing & Vision Care and more……
DENTAL CARE SERVICES
Protective Sealants and more……
SPECIAL CARE SERVICES
Mental Health and Medi-Cal Eligibility
Comprehensive Prenatal Services (CPSP)
Vaccine for Children Program (VFC)
Child Health and Disability Prevention Program (CHDP)
Family Planning Access Care and Treatment (Family PACT)