We’re bringing the future of health to Connecticut. Join us.
CHC works with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the All of Us Research Programs to help speed up medical breakthroughs.
We are honored to be one of more than 100 organizations across the U.S. partnering with the All of Us Research Program to help increase diversity in health research. Click here to learn more about the program’s progress and plans for the future.
All of Us is looking for patient volunteers to share their health data with our approved researchers. Community Health Center has been a trusted part of the Connecticut medical community for over 46 years. By working together we may help change the future of health.
We currently enroll patients at our Meriden, Middletown, and New Britain sites.
Join us at one of our monthly research events and enjoy fun activities while learning about the All of Us Research Program. Events are held at our enrollment sites Meriden, New Britain and Middletown. Check our Facebook Page for upcoming events or stop in at one of our locations.
“When I was diagnosed with a chronic condition that has no known cure, I realized that there is still a lot of unknowns in the field of medicine-especially for people who live with rare or autoimmune disorders. That is why we need to get started looking for answers somewhere. And we may not have to look too far. With everybody’s support, we should gain new health insights and see connections in lifestyle, genetic and environmental factors that maybe we should have understood a long time ago. That is why I joined All of Us.” Juan David, Engagement & Outreach Specialist
“I lost my sister to cancer in August, 2015. I witnessed her battle for 9 years through many “trial and error” treatments. She was given different pills and went through many chemotherapy sessions that did not help her. I would like future generations to have a better outcome than she did: tailored treatments and preventive care for all. We as participants may not directly benefit from the All of Us Research Program but we can help change the future of health together. I am proud to be one in a million.” Migdaliz, Engagement Lead
“My mom was diagnosed with Leukemia. No doctor could ever figure out why she got it. No doctor was able to figure out what medications or treatments would work the first time around when she started her treatment. Because of this, I want to be part of research. I want to give back to the community, and I do that as part of the All of Us Research Program. I am ‘one in a million.’” Paula, Enrollment in Meriden