Say hello to some 11th Street Family Health Center art class participants. They would love it if YOU joined them!
Farms to families bringing staff and patient helpers together.
We have all kinds of classes and workshops. Find yours today.
Senator Bob Casey visits Abbottsford-Falls - demonstrating his support for community health centers.
FPCN welcomes everyone and cares about every patient’s health and well-being.
Quality healthcare is a right, not a privilege. FPCN stands behind the belief that all people are entitled to accessible, comprehensive, quality and affordable health care.
FPCN supports Black Lives Matter
“Black lives matter because they are children, brothers, sisters, mothers, and fathers. They matter because the injustices they face steal from all of us-white people and people of color alike. They steal our very humanity. All lives matter. But all lives will not matter until Black lives matter.” Quoted from Ben & Jerry’s.
The Family Practice and Counseling Network (FPCN) provides person-centered, integrated and comprehensive health services to individuals and families across their lifespan. The Network promotes resiliency and well-being among patients, staff and surrounding communities.
Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach, FPCN provides a variety of services under one roof, including primary care, behavioral health, dental, cardiology, podiatry, diabetic education, prenatal care, physical therapy, family planning, a pharmacy, and more.
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Designed to Treat the Whole Patient
Family Practice and Counseling Network, a program of Resources for Human Development, is a network of federally qualified community health centers that uses a nurse-managed, integrated model to deliver primary care, behavioral health, dental, and preventive services, which are co-located at the centers and are designed to treat the whole patient.
Primary Care at the Network is provided by Nurse Practitioners with advanced practice degrees and the expertise to diagnose illness and prescribe medication, to make referrals to specialists, to provide pre-and post-natal care, and to offer a wide variety of other primary health care services. The model relies heavily on a psychosocial, interdisciplinary approach to care that “wraps its arms” around patients.