Health

CIFC Greater Danbury Community Health Center

CIFC's Greater Danbury Community Health Center (CIFC/GDCHC) is a federally qualified community health center which offers a comprehensive range of primary care, including medical (including OB/Gyn), dental and behavioral health services, on a sliding-fee basis, to people of all ages: children, adolescents, adults and seniors. Our mission is to ensure affordable, accessible, comprehensive, high quality health care to the residents of the Greater Danbury area, regardless of their ability to pay or their insurance status.

No one is turned away! Everyone is welcome!

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Eligibility & Enrollment

Do you need help applying for insurance or learning how you can pay for health care? An eligibility specialist at GDCHC can help.

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CIFC Greater Danbury Community Health Center Programs

Primary Care Adult Medicine Residency Program

The Greater Danbury Community Health Center (GDCHC), which is sponsored by Connecticut Institute For Communities, Inc. (CIFC), provides a robust and unique Graduate Medical Education Program for (Post-MD) Residents to train and prepare for a career in Primary Care Internal Medicine and become Board Certified Internists.

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School-Based Health Centers

A school-based health center (SBHC) is a health center located in a school. This allows children to receive health care without missing time at school.

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WIC (Women, Infants & Children)

WIC helps new moms buy healthy food for their young children. WIC is also a great chance for new moms to learn about keeping their babies healthy.

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SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

SNAP, formerly Food Stamps, allows you and your family to buy healthy food at grocery stores, corner stores and even some farmers' markets. Our SNAP outreach worker can help you learn if you are eligible for SNAP.

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