Pueblo Community Health Center Receives COVID Relief Funds
(Pueblo, CO, May 29, 2020) – Pueblo Community Health Center (PCHC) was recently awarded $25,000 of grant funding by the Colorado COVID Relief Fund to help respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“Pueblo Community Health Center has remained open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic response, and all of the 31,000 patients who trust us for their primary care needs have access. We are open to new patients as well when someone needs care. We are grateful for the Colorado COVID-19 Relief funding. We are using it to make sure Puebloans have access to care,” said Donald Moore, PCHC CEO.
At PCHC, we are seeing firsthand the urgent need to provide quality health care to those in need in our community, which has included telehealth. Telehealth consists of providers having visits over the phone or with the addition of video to continue to meet the needs of our patients.
Despite the challenges all are facing, PCHC remains fully committed to its mission and the community of Pueblo. To learn more about PCHC, become a patient, or to schedule an appointment, please call 719-543-8711 or visit www.pueblochc.org.
Pueblo Community Health Center’s mission has been the same since 1983: To provide primary health care to those in need. In 2021, over 22,000 patients received care at a PCHC facility. To learn more about PCHC and its Foundation, please visit www.pueblochc.org and like or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
About Colorado COVID Relief Fund
Led by an executive committee in coordination with the Governor’s Office, the Colorado COVID Relief Fund was developed to raise and coordinate allocation of funds based on COVID-19 prevention, impact and recovery needs of community-based organizations in Colorado. The Fund is organized to ensure that the most acute community needs across the state are being addressed and that community voice is reflected in all funding decisions made over time.