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Saturday, December 3, 2022

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CHCY Provider featured in Clinician Spotlight

In recognition of more than 40 years of experience in reproductive health, Jane Chapman, PA, was recognized by the Arizona Health and Family Partnership in the Clinician Spotlight section of the National Clinical Training Center for Family Planning Newsletter. 
CHCY Provider featured in Clinician Spotlight

Red Hat Society Donates to Prescott Free Clinic in Honor of Prized Member

YAVAPAI COUNTY – A local chapter of the Red Hat Society known as the Scarlett Red Hatters of Prescott Valley generously donated $1,550 to Prescott Free Clinic in honor of their member Sabina “Teala” Caraley who passed away from breast cancer last year. The money donated will go toward the Community Health Center of Yavapai’s breast cancer treatment program which provides free annual mammogram and pap tests for women who are uninsured or underinsured.  Since 2001, CHCY has helped more than 7,000 women receive free breast and cervical cancer screenings and diagnostics services.


Mental Health Services Available to Help Yavapai County Residents Cope with COVID19

Community Health Center of Yavapai (CHCY) wants you to know that help is available if you or someone you know is experiencing mental distress during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social distancing rules and the state’s stay-at-home orders affect everyone differently; however, many are struggling with similar feelings of loneliness, fear and worry. It’s important to stay connected with family and friends in these times and keep those lines of communication open.

Mental Health Services Available to Help Yavapai County Residents Cope with COVID19

Back to School Immunizations & Sports Physicals


In Arizona, as in most states, children starting kindergarten are required to have been immunized for Hepatitis B, DTaP (whooping cough), IPV (polio), MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), and Varicella (chicken pox). Children, age 11 and older, who are entering sixth and seventh grades, will be required to have Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) and Meningococcal vaccines for the start of the school year. Here is the schedule for Walk-In Wednesdays, and the One-Stop Shop Immunizations & Sports Physicals:

New Leadership, New Direction

Sharon Rickman has assumed the leadership role of Executive Director of Community Health Center of Yavapai, and has big plans for the future.

Picture of Sharon Rickman

New Leadership, New Direction

Dental Work Can Change Your Life

Jose came into our dental clinic on July 21, 2015 for his Comprehensive Evaluation and full set of dental x-rays.  His chief complaint was the two window crowns from his front teeth that were placed in Mexico several years ago.  They were unaesthetic and bulky causing him to be self-conscious and unhappy about his smile for many years.

From the desk of the PFC Board President:

Prescott Free Clinic Board of Directors’ President Eben Fetters says “the goal of the Community Health Center of Yavapai (CHCY) is to provide quality, affordable healthcare services to the residents of Yavapai County.  Without these health centers, many of our patients would have limited access to healthcare services due to their financial circumstances.
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