Daines Announces $831,829 for Montana Community’s Health Centers
U.S. SENATE —U.S. Senator Steve Daines today announced $831,829 in critical funding for Bighorn Valley Health Center, Missoula Partnership Health Center and Bullhook Community Health Center.
The funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS):
- Bighorn Valley Health Center: $285,204.00
- Missoula Partnership Health Center: $382,398.00
- Bullhook Community Health Center: $164,227.00
“It is critical that Montanans have access to healthcare, regardless of income,” Daines stated. “With over $800,000 in additional funding, Montanans will be able to have continued access to quality care, closer to home.”
Click HERE to download Daines’ letter of support for the Bullhook Community Health Center: “Bullhook Community Heath Center provides residents of Hill County, a medically underserved area, with access to high-quality medical and dental care, as well as integrated mental health care and addictions counseling.”
Click HERE to download Daines’ letter of support for the Missoula Partnership Health Center: “As the only federally qualified health center in Missoula County, Partnership Health Center treats thousands of medically underserved patients who may be uninsured, live below the federal poverty level, or homeless. Partnership Health Center’s services are delivered through a comprehensive integrated model of care that provides evidence-based care, assuring the best possible patient outcome.”
Daines secured funding for Community Health Centers in the bipartisan FY2017 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education and Related Agencies (Labor-HHS) Appropriations Bill.
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