The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved is proud to release our yearly report showcasing selected accomplishments and initiatives from 2020. In a year of crisis—from the emergence of COVID-19 to funding instability for key health programs—our community demonstrated exceptional resilience, and together we have made powerful strides in achieving our mission.

These achievements range from our work to connect health centers with vital personal protective equipment in response to COVID-19 and our STAR² Center’s workforce trainings which reached more than 2,100 attendees to our redesigned website and brand.

The report also highlights other program and educational milestones, including our first Virtual Conference, the provision of $60,000 in grants to help FQHCs start vision services, and the training of 1,700 providers and team members in suicide prevention in primary care.