In addition to working endlessly to deliver unmatched patient care, ACA feels an obligation to give back to the community and use our resources to serve special populations and those in need.
A rapidly growing non-profit community health organization dedicated to providing high quality, holistic healthcare to people experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. For the past several years, ACA has been involved with this non-profit organization by providing financial support for their programs and by providing medical supplies to help the homeless.
A non-profit organization for senior citizens who are homeless in the Phoenix area, Justa Center serves as a day resource center specifically designed to help those over the age of 55 find appropriate housing, employment, and other much-needed services. For the last several years, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, ACA has sponsored a clothing and blanket drive in the community, collecting blankets, jackets and personal hygiene items, to support the homeless during the Holiday Season. Check out the video below to see the results of last year’s Holiday Drive:
A non-profit organization based in Phoenix focusing on improving health and providing hope for families in the poorest communities of the world through sustainable disease prevention, education and treatment. Esperança envisions a world where communities across the globe, have the tools, training and support to achieve optimal health through access to: clean water, safe housing, nutritious food and disease prevention and treatment. ACA provides financial assistance to support the mission and vision of Esperança.
Medical Missions to Central America – ACA has financially sponsored numerous members of our staff on medical mission trips to Central America. Our staff members traveled to El Salvador and Mexico to provide much needed medical services to underprivileged communities throughout the region.
In March 2013, Scottsdale Airpark News, a local business magazine, published a feature article about Advanced Clinical Associates and the way we help our patients stay active and interact with the community. Click here to read the full story!