This post was created on 10/19/2023.
HUDSON Fla., - The Hudson Community Health Resource Center (HCHRC) has officially opened its doors to ÃÛÌÒ´«Ã½ County students and the community. Collaborating with several community partners, the facility offers free medical, mental health, and dental services. It also provides a food bank, clothing bank, and access to computers and printers. These services are dedicated to local residents but are free to all visitors, with no eligibility requirements. The only information collected includes names, zip codes, family size, and the number of children in each household.
HCHRC is situated on the Hudson High School campus and is accessible to students there and those from the nearby Hudson Academy and Hudson Primary Academy. Members of the public are also welcome to access the food and clothing banks, as well as the internet resource room. However, medical services are currently only available for students.
Community partners such as Premier Healthcare, Feeding Tampa Bay, Metropolitan Ministries’ NeighborHope Project, Molina Healthcare, and St. Leo University have joined forces to provide residents with the tools they need to address the root causes of poverty.
More information on the center can be found here: