Norcross Announces $4.8 Million in Funding for Two South Jersey Health Centers
December 14, 2018
Two South Jersey health centers have received federal funding to continue providing access to quality healthcare in the area.
On Friday, December 14th, Congressman Donald Norcross announced that two federally-qualified health centers in South Jersey will receive nearly $4.8 million from the United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Center Program.
CAMcare Health Corporation will receive more than $4.4 million to provide services ranging from internal medicine and behavioral health to dental care in Camden and Gloucester counties.
Meanwhile, Project H.O.P.E., which specializes in the health and well-being of homeless residents in Camden, will receive just over $379,000 to provide healthcare to the homeless and enhance substance abuse programs.
Norcross also took the time to remind South Jersey residents that open enrollment for health coverage in the state ends Saturday, December 15th.