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Nearly $4M in federal funding headed to Maine Health Centers

The funding from the U.S. Department of Helath and Human Services will be spread across 18 centers.
Published: Sep. 8, 2020 at 1:34 PM EDT
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AUGUSTA, Maine (WABI) - Nearly four million dollars is headed to health centers across the state to help fight COVID-19.

The funding from the U.S. Department of Helath and Human Services will be spread across 18 centers.

The funding was allocated as follows:

  • Eastport Health Care received $244,283.
  • Pines Health Services received $230,250.
  • Penobscot Community Health Center received $250,250.
  • St. Croix Regional Family Health Center received $125,236.
  • Regional Medical Center received $212,876.
  • Harrington Family Health Center received $240,653.
  • Islands Community Medical Services received $15,424.
  • Maine Mobile Health Program received $188,431.
  • Sebasticook Family Doctors received $221,666.
  • Health Access Network received $237,903.
  • York County Community Action Corporation received $46,123.
  • Portland Community Health Center received $263,597.
  • Fish River Rural Health received $329,780.
  • Sacopee Valley Health Center received $205,250.
  • Bucksport Regional Health Center received $286,233.
  • Katahdin Valley Health Center received $320,521.
  • DFD Russell Medical Center received $326,553.
  • HealthReach Community Health Center received $252,750.

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