The new Uniform Data System (UDS) data are out and show that health centers continue to provide increased access to high quality, value-based, comprehensive primary care for their communities. Health centers treat one in 12 people nationwide, one in every nine children, and are increasingly well-positioned to meet the nation’s most common and pressing health care needs, as well as emerging health priorities.
- 93% of health centers provided mental health counseling and treatment.
- 67% of health centers provided substance use disorder (SUD) services.
- One in six people living with HIV received care from a HRSA-funded health center.