Taking Action For
A Healthier Community

Find a Health Center

DCPCA membership includes 15 community health centers and other community-based organizations, with nearly 60 health care delivery sites that serve approximately 1 out of 3 District residents. These community health centers are vital resources to the residents of the communities they serve. Find your local health center today!


On Tuesday, October 27, 2015, the DC Primary Care Association (DCPCA) hosted its 18th Annual READ MORE
On October 15, 2015 the DC Primary Care Association (DCPCA) Board of Directors unanimously voted READ MORE
In 2015, America’s Community Health Centers is celebrating 50 years of success in expanding access to quality READ MORE

Member Resources

myDCPCA portal was designed exclusively for our members who support and share our mission for a healthier DC. Members have access to various tools and resources as well as the opportunity to share and promote events to the rest of DCPCA’s expansive network. 


Who is DCPCA?

Founded in 1996, the DC Primary Care Association (DCPCA) is a non-profit health equity and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the health of DC’s vulnerable residents by ensuring access to high quality primary health care–regardless of an ability to pay. 

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Events &
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Next Date:  Thursday, December 17, 2015 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm   Location:  1100 Harvard Street, NW Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School   Details:  DC Health Link, in partnership with the Department of Human Services (DHS),

Health Information

Hosts & maintains electronic health records and provides meaningful use outreach and education, expertise and technical assistance and more

Quality Improvement & Programs

Provides technical assistance, training, and support to our 15 member health centers to help them improve operations, strengthening their capacity to provide high quality care

Policy & Advocacy

Aims to strengthen coverage, enhance reimbursement for public services, and promote sustainability of the District’s safety net system

EmpowerS ME

Utilizes Community Health Workers (CHWs) and distributes tool kits with evidence-based materials to deliver the messages of prevention and wellness to our communities