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Mayor Michelle Wu expressed her support for the grant, saying, "Health and safety is the bedrock of thriving communities. These investments will empower community health centers across the City to continue connecting residents with the care and services that they need right in their neighborhoods."
The grantees include Boston Medical Center, Greater Roslindale Medical Dental Center, Dorchester House Health, Charles River Community Health Center, Harbor Health Geiger Gibson Community Health Center and Daniel Driscoll – Neponset Health Center, Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center, Uphams Corner Community Health Center, and Whittier Street Health Center. Each recipient was chosen because they actively work to improve access to prevention, intervention, and response strategies that reduce health inequities through the services they provide within their respective communities.
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Dr. Bisola Ojikutu, Commissioner of Public Health and Executive Director of the Boston Public Health Commission said: "Community health centers are a key ally in our mission to improve health equity across Boston. Expanding the services and capacity of our community health center partners is paramount as we continue to work towards an equitable recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic."
The grant utilizes funding made available by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) which will be used for interventions such as community health workers, patient navigators, and programming to improve access to COVID-19 vaccination, testing, and treatment.
Dr. Cyril Ubiem from Harvard Street Neighborhood Health Center said: "As we continue to engage our patients it's crucial to strengthen the service and resources offered to our patient population. The COVID-19 Community Health Equity Response grant is essential to ensure sustainable and ongoing services."
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Michelle Nadow from DotHouse Health added: "We are honored to continue our longstanding partnership with the City and Commission in supporting the health and well-being of all City's residents." Courtney Urick from Greater Roslindale Medical & Dental Center also expressed her gratitude for this investment: "We are grateful for this support in advancing our shared goal of health equity."
The grantees will work with BPHC's Director of Equitable & Strategic Initiatives Bureau of Infectious Disease & Office of Public Health Preparedness on developing coordinated approaches & response models that reduce healthcare inequities experienced by communities of color & other historically marginalized groups.
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