When you give to Community Health Alliance, you join us in supporting quality and compassionate health care for people of all ages and financial circumstances.DONATE
Help Cover the Cost of a Pediatric Well-Visit for a Child in Our Community
Community Health Alliance is focused on helping our patients who are under the age of 18. Healthcare coverage is important for children because it improves overall access to pediatrician-recommended care and services that support healthy development. When children are established with a pediatrician, they are more likely to receive timely immunizations and development assessments, stay on track with annual well-visits and are less likely to visit the emergency room for injuries and illnesses. They are also more likely to succeed in school, graduate from high school and attend college, earn higher wages, and grow up to become healthy adults.
In Washoe County, the percentage of uninsured children who are under the age of 18 is 16.8 percent. According to the Children’s Health Care Report Card, Nevada ranks 45th out of 51 states in the United States when it comes to the number of uninsured children under the age of 18. Here at Community Health Alliance, it is our vision and mission to provide quality health care to all, especially patients who are uninsured or underinsured.
You can help make a difference! Each pediatric visit costs an average of $180. Every donation will help cover the cost of a pediatric visit for families who are uninsured or underinsured in our community.
Medical homeless visits
Pediatric dental visits
Pediatric dental patients
Dental homeless visits
WIC clients served for the year
Download 2018-2019 Annual ReportDownload
Ways to Give to Community Health Alliance
Every gift helps us sustain and expand our work to deliver compassionate medical, dental, and behavioral health care to those in need.Learn More
Prescription Food Pantry Volunteers
Our Prescription Food Pantries provide free healthy food to patients of Community Health Alliance who are food insecure. The aim of the pantry is to improve food security, provide nutritious foods needed to have a healthy diet, and prevent or aid in the treatment of chronic disease.
Our food pantries are open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at our Wells Ave. Health Center, Sparks Health Center, and Nell J. Redfield Health Center in Sun Valley. We are looking for kind, motivated individuals who want to gain experience or help the community by volunteering their time.
- Unloading food shipments, organizing pantry, and stocking shelves and refrigerators
- Packing grocery bags for pantry clients
- Helping clients get food to their car
- Contributing three or more hours per week
- Ability to lift 20-30 pounds
- Onboarding with our HR department
- Being bilingual is a plus
If interested in volunteering in our Prescription Food Pantries, please submit the interest form below.
Become a Volunteer
Become a Volunteer
Sign Up for Our NewsletterSubscribe
Sign Up for Our Newsletter
By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: Community Health Alliance, 680 S. Rock Blvd, Reno, NV, 89502, https://www.chanevada.org. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe link found at the bottom of every email.