As reported in the Baltimore Business Journal, seven county health organizations will be receiving a total of $1.3M as part of a state grant program that funds public health initiatives.
The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission on Monday announced $1.3 million in grants to seven Local Health Improvement Coalitions, or groups geared toward addressing public health problems specific to their area.
Grant recipients include, according to the article:
- Allegany County Health Department ($185,048)
- Cecil County Health Department for Cecil County Community Health Advisory Committee ($189,659)
- The Partnerships for a Healthier Charles County ($159,756)
- Howard County Local Health Improvement Coalition ($250,000)
- Harford County Health Department ($250,000)
- Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services ($236,672)
- Tri-County/Worcester County Health Department ($250,000)
For more information, see the full story from the Journal.