Rapid City Community Health Center (RCCHC) was established.
Opening in November with one medical provider, RCCHC began seeing patients at 725 N. LaCrosse St.


RCCHC hired a second medical provider.


With funding from the South Dakota Department of Health, RCCHC began the Family Planning program and Immunization Outreach program.


RCCHC was granted funding to begin the Healthcare for the Homeless (HCH) Program providing free healthcare services for our local homeless population.


The clinic moved to 504 E. Monroe Street.

1997 was the 1st year RCCHC was accepted as a member of the Rapid City Area United Way and received funding to help provide medications to those who could not afford them.


In January 2003, RCCHC opened the Oral Health Center at 687 N. LaCrosse St., Ste. 5.


December 19th, 2006 the Health Center changed its name to Community Health Center of the Black Hills.


CHCBH opened a Pediatric Health Center located at 640 Flormann St.


CHCBH opened the first School-Based Health Center in the state of South Dakota. The Health Center is located in General Beadle Community School and provides medical, dental, and mental health to the students, their families, and the community.


CHCBH was accepted as a member of the Sturgis Area and the Southern Hills Area United Way Agencies.


April 2011, CHCBH Pediatric Health Center was relocated to 725 Meade St., Ste. 200.

CHCBH was accepted as a member of the Northern Hills Area United Way.


February 28th, 2012 CHCBH purchased 4.59 acres of land located at 725 E. Philadelphia St.


Construction began on a new consolidated and expanded Community Health Center building.

Dental, pediatric and family practice services will be available in the new facility. Pharmacy, lab and x-ray will also be provided on site.


The consolidated Community Health Center building opened its doors to patients on November 9th.


Community Health Center of the Black Hills opens a Pharmacy at the 350 Pine Street location in March.