The Community Clinic of High Point is a part of the North Carolina Association of Free and Charitable Clinics. The NCAFCC is a nonprofit organization comprised of 67 member clinics and 87 clinic sites throughout NC. These clinics are part of a network that is providing quality care and improving the health and well-being of the uninsured and underinsured in North Carolina. In 2017 alone, over 11,000 volunteers provided more than 166,000 patient visits to over 80,400 patients. The value of healthcare services and medicines provided exceeded $276,000,000 with another $152,800,000 in hospital emergency department diversion savings.
The Community Clinic of High Point is also a partner agency with the United Way of Greater High Point, Inc. The United Way of Greater High Point, Inc. develops community resources and partnerships that support a broad array of critical health and human service needs in our community. Resources are focused on community impact programs that promote and improve education, financial stability, and health in Greater High Point. The United Way of Greater High Point funds programs at 27 partner agencies, serving High Point, Archdale, Trinity, and Jamestown. Each United Way funded program at our 27 agencies falls into our building blocks to success: Education, Financial Stability, and Health.