Join the Bay Area Community Health (BACH) in celebrating Tri-City Health Center’s (TCHC) 50 years of serving southern Alameda County, with a 50th Anniversary Virtual Gala on August 15th, 2020. The celebration will highlight the tremendous work of TCHC as it begins its next 50 years of service as Bay Area Community Health. Reserve your space for the virtual gala now!
As part of TCHC’s 50 year celebration, we are holding a fundraiser that will benefit the most vulnerable members of our community. Your donation can provide preventive care for women, dental care for children, hope for the homeless, PPE for our frontline staff, and support services for seniors.
The following are examples of the impacts your donation can have in our community. To get involved, please Donate Today. And remember, BACH welcomes any level of support you can afford.
Breast Cancer Screenings for Five Women
Dental Exams for Four Children
Housing Assistance for Three Homeless Individuals
Personal Protective Equipment for a Doctor or Nurse
Supportive Services for a Senior
Our History is a Celebration
In 2020, Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) reached an incredible milestone as it celebrates 50 years providing quality healthcare to uninsured and underserved families in Fremont and the surrounding tri-city areas. Founded in 1970, TCHC started in Newark as a family clinic for low-income minority women living in southern Alameda County.
In summer 2020, during the COVID-19 global pandemic, Foothill Community Health Center (FCHC) and Tri-City Health Center (TCHC) merged into Bay Area Community Health (BACH). The organization is now one of the largest Federally Qualified Health Centers in Northern California.
TCHC’s 50th Anniversary Virtual Gala celebration coincides with National Health Center Week. Bay Area Community Health will highlight its weeklong activities and events leading up to the 50th Anniversary Virtual Gala celebration on Saturday, August 15th. Please check out what we’re doing!
Sunday, August 9th, 2020
BACH understands its patients and addresses both their clinical and non-clinical needs that impact health, including health behaviors, health outcomes, and health costs.
Monday, August 10th, 2020
In addition to serving low-income populations, BACH provides special programs and services for some of our communities most vulnerable – the homeless.
Tuesday, August 11th, 2020
With BACH’s expansion into east Santa Clara County, it is developing effective strategies to increase access to care for migrant and seasonal agricultural workers and their families.
Wednesday, August 12th, 2020
BACH meets the health and social service needs of every one of our patients. We could not do our work without their trust and support. That is why we try to hire from the communities we serve so that our staff diversity matches that of our patients. We appreciate our patients!
Thursday, August 13th, 2020
BACH delivers quality healthcare because of the collaboration and support from its community partners. They include elected officials, area health centers, health care and social service organizations, schools and many more. Download and customize a Certificate of Recognition template.
Friday, August 14th, 2020
BACH understands that its most valuable resource is its staff, which deserves recognition for the commitment they have for providing quality care to our patients.
Saturday, August 15th, 2020
BACH provides primary care and preventive health services to the youngest members of our communities. Whether it’s child wellness checks, immunizations, pediatric dental checks, book drives, or holiday toy drives, BACH knows the children are our future and we help keep them healthy, happy, and empowered now and into the future.