Daines Urges Congress to Provide Additional Funding for Community Health Centers in Next COVID-19 Package
U.S. SENATE – U.S. Senator Steve Daines today sent a bipartisan letter to Senate Leadership to provide additional funding for Community Health Centers in the next COVID-19 funding package.
“We write to express our support for additional emergency funding for community health centers in the next COVID-19 relief package. Community health centers are vital to our response to the coronavirus pandemic and need appropriate funding to continue their front-line health care work,” wrote Daines. “Community health centers provide affordable care to more than 29 million patients, including 385,000 veterans and 8.7 million children nationwide. These centers play a critical role in responding to the pandemic, offering coronavirus testing, primary care, dental care, behavioral health care, and other services to our nation’s most vulnerable patients.”
To read the full letter, click HERE.
Community health centers play a vital role all across Montana ensuring Montanans everywhere have quick and easy access to healthcare.
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