A Volunteer-Powered Solution to the Health Care Crisis
The clinic provides free outpatient primary medical care, preventive medical services, referrals for specialized services, referrals to other agencies when appropriate, and free medications when possible.
Our goal is to provide quality basic dentistry including preventative, restorative dental care and oral education at no cost. We care for patients who have no dental insurance or have limited dental coverage.
To provide primary integrated healthcare services for neighbors in Butler County and surrounding communities.
We will serve as a vital link in the local healthcare network by providing skilled and compassionate medical and dental care as we partner with other community resources to facilitate healing and hope for those who seek our help.
The majority of our caregivers, both lay and professional, are volunteers.
Who we are
The Community Health Center of Butler County (CHC) is a
We are a Volunteers-in-Medicine (VIM) clinic offering primary medical care, basic dental care, behavioral health services and health & wellness education.
The philosophy of CHC and of all VIM clinics promotes a “culture of caring”, emphasizing the use of medical and non-medical volunteers, recognizing that healing begins when patients are treated with dignity and respect.
Our patients are individuals aged 19-64 that are uninsured. We serve our patients until our services are no longer needed or until we’re able to connect the patient to health insurance options and other needed community resources.
There is never a charge for any of the services provided by CHC.