What is CHAP?
The Cuyahoga Health Access Partnership (CHAP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a coordinated system of healthcare access for the county’s low-income, uninsured adults. CHAP was founded on the principle of shared responsibility and is represented by its founding members, including hospital systems, community health centers, free clinics, local governments, foundations, and other key organizations in the Cuyahoga County health arena.
CHAP’s first major initiative is the Access Plan, which makes it easier for uninsured adults to get the health care they need. Through its coordinated network, CHAP connects patients without insurance to providers who offer discounted primary care and specialty care.
CHAP is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and was incorporated with the State of Ohio in 2009. Our office is located in the City of Cleveland’s Public Health Department at 75 Erieview Plaza, Third Floor, Cleveland, OH 44114. To reach a member of the CHAP staff, please contact us at 1-888-929-CHAP(2427) or [email protected]
To view CHAP’s Form 990, click here: CHAP 990 Form – August 2015