MENASHA - An area health center unveiled a new name and logo Monday.
The former Fox Cities Community Health Center is now called the Partnership Community Health Center.
Officials say the old name was misleading since the center doesn't just help the Fox Cities.
The non-profit organization helps residents in Calumet, Winnebago, and Outagamie counties.
The center provides low income families with free medical, dental, and behavior health coverage.
Center leaders say they depend on the community's support.
"We are truly creating a partnership with out patients, with our community members, and with our community leaders to bring quality, affordable health care to our communities' residents," said Kristene Stacker, executive director of the Partnership Community Health Care.
Officials say the center helps about 94,000 people.
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