Welcome to Jericho Road Community Health Center

Our mission is to provide a culturally sensitive medical home, especially for refugee and low-income community members, facilitating wellness and self-sufficiency by addressing health, education, economic and spiritual barriers in order to demonstrate Jesus' unconditional love for the whole person.


Thank you to all who joined us as we celebrated our mission to provide healthcare for the people of Sierra Leone at our 3rd Annual Gala! 

Thanks to you our event was a huge success!

Were you unable to attend? Click Here for a first hand look at 
our work in Sierra Leone, including the opening of the 
Adamamartha Memorial Community Health Center


Jericho Road has assumed programming at Vive, Inc.
We are excited to announce that as of Friday, March 20th, we have officially closed on the purchase of Vive’s facility and have assumed all of its services, to continue on under a fresh start as a program of Jericho Road!  Read our Press Release or consider a contribution to our newly established Vive Legacy Fund in support of continued services for asylum seekers within our community.


Our 2013-2014 Annual Report is Here!


Our primary care clinic in Sierra Leone is now officially operational!  
On February 16th, the Adama Martha Memorial Community Health Center opened its doors for patient care. Read about the opening day celebration and reflections from our team on our global blog.


The Sierra Leone Alliance Food Program

We've recently identified another need that we are raising money for in order to tangibly help the people of Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis. The need is for food. We are partnering with the Sierra Leone Alliance of WNY in order to bring much needed food to Sierra Leonians in quarantine. Our goal is to raise $210,000 in order to help provide food to people in need during this crisis for 12 months. Click here to read more about the Food Program.


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Karen Forster, Program Coordinator for our Priscilla Project delivered a TedxBuffalo Talk in October 2013. We're excited to share her insight on advocacy, empowerment, and the Priscilla Project model. Listen below to hear her encourage you to "stop worrying about your hubcaps!"

On November 7th, 2013 we received notification that we’ve officially been awarded full Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) status. This has been many years in the making! Click here to read more about this exciting news!