(DETROIT, Mich.) -- The nation's top health official announced on Wednesday that $3.6 million in federal grants is on the way to Michigan and will be shared by six state health centers, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius made the announcement during a visit to the Covenant Community Care health clinic on Michigan Avenue. The health centers in Michigan that will receive money are:
- Covenant Community Care, Inc. (Detroit) - $868,750
- The Wellness Plan Medical Centers (Detroit) - $650,000
- Wayne County (Detroit) - $650,000
- Genesee County (Flint) - $608,333
- Cherry Street Services (Grand Rapids) - $566,667
- MidMichigan Health Services (Houghton Lake) - $319,271
The funds are part of $128.6 million in grants that will be dispersed in community health centers nationwide, the paper says.
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