May 24, 1984

The WACAP Community Health Clinic, a program of the Windham Area Community Action Program, Inc. opens its doors to provide free ambulatory primary and preventative health services to low-income persons. With an initial grant of $50,000 from the CT Department of Human Resources, services are provided 16 hours per week at the 900-square-foot “White House” on the grounds of Windham Hospital.


The clinic expands to 20 hours per week with one session provided at the Windham Heights Housing Project.


1,387 patient visits are provided at both sites by .2 FTE Nurse Practitioners and .1 FTE physicians.


Health Care for the Homeless funding establishes a clinic at the WACAP Emergency Shelter in Danielson.

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.