2017-07-12 / Other News

Clay Health Partnership receives $70,000 grant

Healthcare Georgia Foundation has announced a $70,000 grant to the Clay County Health Partnership for Phase I of The Two Georgias Initiative.

Each of the eleven rural partnerships selected will develop Community Health Improvement Plans during the next 12 months for implementation in 2018 with increased funding.

Other partnerships in Southwest Georgia receiving Two Georgias grants include Spring Creek Initiative in Miller County and Horizons Community Solutions (formerly Cancer Coalition of South Georgia) which both provide services in Early County.

“No one should be denied access to quality healthcare because of their zip code or place of residence,” said Foundation President Gary D. Nelson, PhD. “We believe this Initiative provides our rural residents the opportunity to benefit from the leadership of these eleven rural collaboratives.”

For more information, please visit the Foundation online at www.healthcaregeorgia.org.

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