WACAP Community Health Clinic receives additional state funding enabling services to expand to 35 hours per week.


A new corporation, WACAP Community Services Health Center, Inc. is organized and incorporated in accordance with FQHC requirements for Board Composition.


Federal 330 grant funding is finally secured after three attempts. The Danielson and Norwich sites receive start-up funding under the State Community Health Center Expansion program. The Danielson site moves out of the shelter into the Broad Street location.


WACAP Community Services Health Center, Inc. changes its name to HealthFirst, Inc. The Norwich site becomes operational in a small suite over the Backus Hospital Emergency Department. The two Windham sites are consolidated into a newly renovated 8,000-square-foot location in October 1994.


HealthFirst, Inc. provides 10,500 visits for FY 1994-95 with 6.3 FTE provider staff (Physicians and Nurse Practitioners).


With receipt of state bond funds, space is outfitted at the Willimantic site to house the new dental program.


The organization officially changes its name to Generations Family Health Center, Inc. A significant growth in patient volume is noted with patient visits over 25,000 at the three full-time health centers with a total budget of $3 million.


The Norwich Health Care for the Homeless program hits the road on the Backus Hospital mobile van.

The Joint Commission - National Quality Approval
Healthy Kids Make Better Learning - Connecticut Association of School Based Health Centers.
Patient Centered Medical Home Recognized Practice. NCQA Logo.