Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper today announced that 19 Colorado health care organizations will receive $16,768,678 in American Rescue Plan grants to modernize health care centers across the state.
The new grants will support construction, expansion, and other improvements. A range of health care providers throughout Colorado are receiving the funding, including several rural health care organizations that help advance health equity in medically underserved communities.
“Health centers across Colorado faced incredible strain during the pandemic,” said Hickenlooper. “Investing in their growth will greatly improve the lives of thousands of Coloradans”
Hickenlooper is a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. A full list of Colorado recipients and grant amounts is available HERE and below.
|Alamosa||Valley Wide Health Systems||$895,395|
|Aurora||Regents of the University of Colorado||$538,544|
|Colorado Springs||Peak Vista Community Health Centers||$1,527,257|
|Denver||Colorado Coalition for the Homeless||$667,244|
|Denver||Denver Health and Hospitals Authority||$2,437,199|
|Denver||La Clinica Tepeyac||$542,000|
|Denver||Metro Community Provider Network||$1,065,004|
|Durango||Southwest Colorado Mental Health Center||$587,527|
|Evans||Sunrise Community Health||$961,692|
|Fort Lupton||Plan De Salud Del Valle||$1,415,970|
|Frisco||Summit Community Care Clinic||$594,384|
|Glenwood Springs||Mountain Family Health Centers||$683,000|
|Grand Junction||Marillac Clinic||$638,402|
|Lafayette||Clinica Campesina Family Health Services||$1,156,348|
|Lamar||High Plains Community Health Center||$602,443|
|Norwood||Uncompahgre Combined Clinics||$961,692|
|Olathe||Olathe Community Clinic||$563,415|
|Pueblo||Pueblo Community Health Center||$801,191|
|Steamboat Springs||Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association||$568,475|