1 in 4 people in Central Florida do not have health insurance (CDC) due to job loss, financial hardship or an unforeseen crisis. Our patients also include the working poor. 43% of our patients are employed, but uninsured, with income at or below 200% of the poverty level. They cannot afford health insurance, their jobs do not offer coverage and they are ineligible for government-assisted programs. Our services help keep our community healthy – 56% of our patients treated say that they would not have sought any medical care without access to our health centers.