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Community Health Center Grants

The Wisconsin Primary Care Office also manages state grants to federally funded community health centers and healthcare for the homeless centers.  To be eligible for the state grants, these community-governed clinics must be located in a designated Medically Underserved Area/Population (MUA/MUP) and must already receive a federal grant through the HRSA Community Health Centers (Exit DHS) program.

MUA/MUPs and Health Center sites map (PDF, 439 KB)

The federally funded community health centers and healthcare for the homeless centers are located throughout the state.  They provide access to comprehensive primary care, dental care and mental health services to low-income, uninsured, and homeless populations in their rural or inner-city communities that have shortages of health professionals.  More information on community health and healthcare for the homeless centers is available:

Questions about these state grants should be directed to:

Traici Brockman
Wisconsin Division of Public Health
P.O. Box 2659
Madison, WI  53701-2659
Phone: 608-267-1440

Last Revised: August 18, 2014