As significant rain and flooding continues to engulf Texas communities, Direct Relief is responding to those impacted in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Direct Relief staff have been in Texas since last week and Direct Relief is coordinating with the Texas Association of Community Health Centers, whose member health centers operate more than 300 health sites throughout the state, providing primary care services to more than 1.2 million residents annually. Direct Relief has worked closely with the TACHC and its members for the past 12 years and has furnished more than $61.5 million in medical material aid and financial assistance to over 200 health centers and free clinics in the state. Direct Relief is the only nonprofit licensed to distribute prescription medications in all 50 U.S. states. In the past year alone, Direct Relief has delivered 5,000 shipments to its network of more than 1,400 nonprofit clinics and health centers nationwide—the largest charitable program in the U.S. providing free medications and supplies to health centers treating low-income patients without insurance.