Clinic to Community Americares delivers and supports quality health services at Americares-run clinics and partners with local health centers to address the unique health needs of their communities, focusing on the root causes of illness and disease. Working through hospitals, clinics and other health facilities, we can reduce preventable illness and death and improve overall individual and family health at the community level. This clinic-to-community model links treatment services to disease prevention and health education. And the cornerstone of much of our work in each community focuses on empowering, informing and educating community health workers and leaders – building a stronger health care system so they can become the critical link connecting their community to good health and beyond. The heart of a healthy community is a thriving local health center. Americares operates four free clinics in Fairfield County, Connecticut, providing care for nearly 2,000 low-income, uninsured patients annually. Staff at Americares Clínica Integral de Atención Familiar in El Salvador see nearly 30,000 patients each year, and Americares 13 mobile health centres in India provide care for more than 50,000 residents. In Colombia, Americares primary care clinics provide essential health services for Venezuelans fleeing the humanitarian crisis in their home country Click on the arrow and watch the video to visit one such clinic that provides health care to those who have none.