A new infographic from the Geiger Gibson/RCHN Community Health Foundation Research Collaborative at Milken Institute SPH depicts the impact of COVID-19 on the nation’s community health centers. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, community health centers have been on the front lines, serving the poorest and most at-risk communities. Health centers mobilized to provide COVID-19 testing, adapt facilities, and provide essential care, but temporary site closures and visit declines have taken a toll. From April to September 2020, CHCs have sustained cumulative revenue losses estimated at $3.22 billion, or 10% of annual health center revenue. Emergency funding has provided some limited relief, but more investment is needed to fully restore capacity and prepare for the future. Without long-term support and the extension of the Community Health Center Fund, which makes up more than 70 percent of federal health center grant revenue and is set to expire on December 11, health centers may be forced to permanently close some sites, and entire communities could lose access to high quality, affordable health care.