Who We Serve

12,000

patients per year

17

years old on average

70%

have no health insurance

98%

come from low- income families

92%

are people of color

…and How They Benefit

Services Received
of our patients receive primary care from us
use our mental health services
receive services from our school-based clinics
Focus on Patients

More than 80% of the money we spend goes to patient services. Keeping administrative costs low is how we provide a year’s worth of comprehensive care for $1,000 a patient.

Graduate on Time

90 percent of our patients graduate from high school on time. That’s a graduation rate one-third higher than the city’s and the nation’s.

Source: New York State Education Department

$260,000

High school graduates earn an average of $260,000 more than non-graduates during their lifetimes.

Sources: Alliance for Excellence Education

Access to Health Care

2.3

Our patients visit us an average of 2.3 times a year. Teens in similar demographics see a health care provider only about once a year on average.1 And they’re twice as likely as our patients to receive health care in an emergency room.2

Sources: (1) Journal of Adolescent Medicine; (2) ICF International

$1,867

Average cost of common emergency room visits.1

$2,500

Average annual premium for adolescent under the Affordable Care Act. 2

$1,000

What it costs us to provide comprehensive. consistent, free health care per patient per year.

Sources: (1) PlosOne; (2) Healthcare.gov

Graduate on Time

90 percent of our patients graduate from high school on time. That’s a graduation rate one-third higher than the city’s and the nation’s.

Source: New York State Education Department

$260,000

High school graduates earn an average of $260,000 more than non-graduates during their lifetimes.

Sources: Alliance for Excellence Education