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Promoting health care solutions.

The Community HealthCare Association of the Dakotas (CHAD) works with community health center (CHC) members and other community leaders to find solutions for improving health care options in areas of the Dakotas that need it most. CHCs offer a unique model with proven results for high quality, cost-effective care customized to benefit the patient and communities being served.

How is the health center program a solution?

  • Lowers health care costs
  • Offers discounts based on income
  • Accepts Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, or uninsured
  • Provides medical, dental, and behavioral/mental health services
  • Considers the unique needs of the patient and the community
  • Creates jobs and stimulates local economy

Learn more or Find a CHC site.

Find Local Help with Get Covered North & South Dakota!

       

 

CHAD is proud to announce the unveiling of Get Covered North Dakota and Get Covered South Dakota websites! The Get Covered North and South Dakota websites serve as an educational resource to connect consumers to affordable healthcare options and enhance access to quality primary care. The initiatives link residents of North Dakota and South Dakota with enrollment specialists in their local communities. Free impartial assistance is available to help consumers understand and find affordable healthcare coverage. Get Covered offers online tools that are available at getcoverednorthdakota.org and getcoveredsouthdakota.orgThe online tools help locate in-person assisters, schedule appointments directly, find primary care locations, and view a calendar of events.

 

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