Nearly $5M in funding awarded to Maine health centers

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BANGOR, Maine (WABI) Almost 5 million dollars is headed to Maine to groups that are helping those with substance use and mental health disorders.

Health centers in Patten, Newport, Lubec, and Princeton are among the 17 health centers that will split the funding.

Also included are community clinics in Bucksport, Waterville, Bangor, Vinalhaven, Augusta, and Harrington.

The HRSA funding will be awarded as follows:

• Sacopee Valley Health Center in Parsonsfield will receive $308,500.
• Fish River Rural Health in Eagle Lake will receive $285,000.
• Katahdin Valley Health Center in Patten will receive $285,000.
• Sebasticook Family Doctors in Newport will receive $285,000.
• Portland Community Health Center will receive $293,750.
• Regional Medical Center at Lubec, Inc. will receive $300,000.
• St. Croix Regional Family Health Center in Princeton will receive $289,250.
• Bucksport Regional Health Center will receive $261,388.
• DFD Russell Medical Center in Leeds will receive $285,000.
• Healthreach Community Health Centers in Waterville will receive $391,000.
• Health Access Network, Inc. in Lincoln will receive $297,250
• Penobscot Community Health Center, Inc. in Bangor will receive $388,250.
• Islands Community Medical Services, Inc. in Vinalhaven will receive $292,250.
• Pines Health Services in Caribou will receive $142,000.
• Maine Migrant Programs, Inc. in Augusta will receive $285,000
• Harrington Family Health Center will receive $285,000
• York County Community Action Corporation in Sanford will receive $306,500