This Health Center is a grantee under the Public Health Service Act, Title III, Section 330, 42 U.S.C. 254b.
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Welcome to Empower “U”, Inc. Community Health Center. We are Miami-Dade County’s newest Federally Qualified Community Health Center (CHC). We are pleased to be a member of the CHC family. CHC’s provide high quality care at affordable prices. We offer services based on a sliding fee scale to ensure that we serve members of the community regardless of the ability to pay. In addition to primary and specialty medical care, we offer a variety of support services.
Empower “U”, Inc. Community Health Center is on a mission to empower, educate, and promote better health care choices for individuals and families at risk for and/or affected by health disparities. When Empower “U”, Inc. accomplishes its mission all people in the community will have equitable access to care thus living longer, healthier lives, and health disparities will be eliminated.
Empower “U”, Inc. Community Health Center is centrally located in Liberty City, Miami, a low-income minority neighborhood, at 7900 NW 27th Avenue, Suite E-12 in the Northside Shopping Center. The neighborhood income is lower than that of any other in Miami-Dade County and less than half of that of the United States as a whole. Residents are negatively impacted by high rates of unemployment, homelessness, high school drop-outs, crime, illegal drug use and sales, teen pregnancy and HIV/AIDS. Many residents are uninsured or underinsured. These factors influence poor health outcomes.