Our mission is to provide quality, culturally sensitive and accessible primary health care services focusing on the medically underserved, underinsured, and uninsured residing in northern Hamilton County and surrounding areas.
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All gifts collected through the 2018 Cincinnati Gives Campaign will help to support operations and patient care at our Viking School Based Health Centers housed inside two Princeton City Schools.
We believe that illness, trauma, and stress shouldn’t limit a child’s opportunity for success. Our Viking School Based Health Centers (VSBHCs) are a convenient way to support Princeton students get the care they need when they need it.
Your gift today supports our VSBHCs and is an investment in protecting and promoting the wellbeing of children in our community.
Our goal is to ensure that all students can lead their best lives as healthy, engaged students!
We ensure each dollar received is maximized to help students reach their fullest potential!
THANK YOU! Together we are changing lives and making our community a healthier place!
Because Everyone Deserves Quality Health Care Services!
About The HealthCare Connection: Established in 1967, The HealthCare Connection (formerly the Lincoln Heights Health Center) was the very first community health center in the state of Ohio.
THCC provides the only medical and dental safety net for families in need of affordable medical and dental care in northern Hamilton County. THCC is proudly recognized as a Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH); the highest level of recognition attainable for quality care.
Today, THCC has 7 locations including the Lincoln Heights Health Center, the Mt. Healthy Family Practice Center, the Forest Park Health Center, 2 Co-locations with Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services and 2 Princeton Viking School Based Health Centers. THCC served over 17,300 patients through over 43,000 office visits in 2017. Of the patients we serve, 52% are children, 83.5% are families with incomes less than 200% of the federal poverty guideline, 15.8% are uninsured and 65% are minority.