Cleveland’s Community Health Center
COVID Services Collaborative

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Northeast Ohio Community Health Centers Launch Collaborative Community COVID Services Website, Increasing Access to COVID-19 Testing & Services will serve as centralized source for community health center COVID-19 testing locations in Northeast Ohio, expanding access to testing and creating additional linkages to care.

CLEVELAND, OH, September 11, 2020 – A collaborative of six northeast Ohio community health centers announced the launch of a centralized website connecting the community to COVID-19 testing and services. offers one centralized resource of community testing locations and criteria designed to more efficiently link community members to COVID-related testing and preventative care once a vaccine is available. The information on the website is available in four languages – English, Spanish, Chinese, and Nepali.

“The COVID-19 pandemic affects people of all ages and backgrounds, which is why Cuyahoga County’s six community health centers have joined together to ensure everyone has access to the services they need. Together, we’re continuing our commitment to expand access to COVID services to underserved populations and communities in Northeast Ohio. This site will allow us to make it easy to connect to COVID services,” said a collaborative spokesperson. 

Community members can use the new website to easily find COVID-19 testing locations and related events at six community health centers in northeast Ohio – ASIA, Care Alliance, Circle Health Services (affiliated with The Centers), NEON, Neighborhood Family Practice, and Signature Health. All COVID-19 tests are available to the entire community, with no age restrictions and no out-of-pocket cost for most patients. The site also provides information on available antibody testing and will serve as a centralized community source for preventative care and vaccinations once available. All information will also be available through United Way 211.

Community health centers are community-based and patient-directed organizations funded by the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) that serve populations with limited access to health care.

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Media Contacts:

Kirstin Craciun,

Better Health Partnership

Project Lead, COVID-19 Testing Collaborative


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