VIA CARE FAMILY HEALTH CENTER
Currently, there are more than 240,000 low-income children and adults in East Los Angeles who are without a medical home.
To address this growing need for affordable healthcare, Via Care will embark on its first large-scale renovation project, allowing us to serve more families in need. Our 507 S. Atlantic clinic site will be completely redesigned with a beautiful new central reception area; additional exam room space; state-of-the-art technology; new furniture, fixtures and equipment; new plumbing, electrical and air conditioning; and COVID-19 safeguards throughout. This will be our new Via Care Family Health Center.
We believe that all people have a right to quality healthcare, regardless of their ability to pay, and regardless of their health, insurance, employment or immigration status. In fact, Via Care’s mission is to support and uphold our community’s right to health by providing quality, equitable and comprehensive care. We express our mission by expanding our clinic sites and services so more low-income individuals and families in East Los Angeles can get the quality healthcare they deserve.
Be a part of our Via Care family and help us continue to grow!
Via Care will paint a beautiful tree—Via Care’s symbol of community health and growth—on the wall of the new patient reception. With your donation of any amount, your name will be memorialized on this donor recognition wall.* Our goal is to raise $50,000 for the new reception. Please consider a tax-deductible donation to Via Care’s capital campaign – 100% of your contribution will be used for the renovation of the clinic. We will keep you informed of the progress of the renovation with photos and updates!
*A variety of naming opportunities are available for donations over $5,000.
Thank you for your support of Via Care! Your gift will help many children, families, and individuals in need of quality medical, dental and behavioral health services.
This project is funded in part by L.A. Care Health Plan and will benefit low-income and uninsured residents of L.A. County