WHO WE ARE
Salud is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), 501©3 nonprofit, operating 13 clinic locations, administrative and training site, and a mobile unit. We provide medical, dental, pharmacy and behavioral health care services to keep you and your family healthy.
As an FQHC Salud is governed by a patient-consumer Board of Directors, which ensures patients direct delivery of healthcare services. Salud receives operational funding from Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) to provide health care services in the communities we serve.
We focus on low-income, medically underserved populations as well as the migrant and seasonal farmworker population. Salud Family Health accepts Medicaid, Medicare, CHP+, and most private insurance plans. We offer a sliding fee scale based on family size and income. Insurance enrollment assistance is available. Since 1970, Salud has a firm commitment to provide care to all community members regardless of finances, insurance coverage, or ability to pay.
Salud is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment that values and embraces all the differences that make us unique as individuals, including beliefs, backgrounds, and identity. Grounded in our Core Values, we are steadfast in our commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive workforce. Further, Salud stands with the Black Lives Matter movement, with Latinx, Migrant Farm Workers, with Native Americans, with the unemployed and underemployed, with everyone who based on their race, color, religion, gender, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability has been excluded from equal opportunity, equal health care, and equal education. The American Dream belongs to everyone. Together we will stand and work until that dream is equally accessible and achievable to everyone.
WHAT WE DO
Salud treats the WHOLE person. We integrate medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmacy services to focus on all components of health and wellness.
Salud serves as your Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). The foundation of a Medical Home is the relationship between the patient, family and the Care Team. Services are designed to respond to your personal goals and to support self-management of your health.
Salud maintains strong community partnerships with hospitals, specialty physician groups, mental health agencies and public health departments to provide a diverse referral network.
We have a friendly team of dinosaur doctors to care for our pediatric patients!
WHY WE DO IT
Our Mission is to provide a quality, integrated health care home to the communities we serve.
We have been dedicated to delivering quality health care to underserved communities since we opened our doors in 1970. Salud was founded to serve low-income and migrant populations and these communities remain our priority.
We emphasize prevention and early intervention; our passionate staff is dedicated to minimizing health care costs and improving your health outcomes.
Salud is governed by a patient-consumer, Board of Directors to keep our key leadership informed of community needs and provide guidance to the entire organization.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
ADVOCACY is essential to Salud's continued funding and community support. This is how we communicate the value of our services to the broader community and key decision makers.
To learn more about how to become a community health center advocate, visit our ADVOCACY page!
DONATIONS are a great way to invest in your community's health. Salud offsets the cost of care to uninsured and underinsured patients through grants and charitable giving. Please consider making a donation to Salud today.
To learn more about what your gift supports and how to give, please visit our MAKE A DONATION page!
OUR SERVICE AREA
Our 13 clinics are spread throughout northeastern Colorado with one clinic located in southeastern Colorado.
We also operate a mobile unit designed to provide healthcare to migrant and seasonal farmworkers and refugee populations.
Salud clinics are located in underserved communities to ensure proper access to healthcare.