December 15, 2018
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Maine community health centers get more than $11 million from feds

Stock photo | BDN
Stock photo | BDN
Community health care centers in Maine are receiving more than $11 million from the federal government to try to improve services.

Community health care centers in Maine are receiving more than $11 million from the federal government to try to improve services.

The money is coming through the Health Resources and Services Administration. The largest grant is an award of nearly $4 million that is going to Healthreach Community Health Centers in Waterville.

Portland Community Health Center will receive more than $3.5 million. Health Access Network in Lincoln will get nearly $2.9 million, while Regional Medical Center in Lubec will get nearly $1.3 million.

Community health centers are the source of care for more than 200,000 people in Maine.

 


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