$811K In Federal Funding For 8 Bronx Health Centers

Health Center Program Grants Allow Community-Based Centers in the South Bronx to Provide Care for Low-Income Patients

Congressman José E. Serrano announced that eight healthcare centers in the Bronx have been awarded a total of $811,493 in Health Center Cluster grants through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration.

This federal funding will support eight Bronx community health centers that provide a wide range of high-quality health care services and predominantly serve uninsured or underinsured patients.
​“Health Center Cluster grants are critical in helping remove barriers access to healthcare and guaranteeing high quality service in underserved communities like the Bronx. As a member of the Appropriations committee, I will continue to do all that I can to protect Health Center funding so no individual is denied the health care they need and deserve,” said Congressman Serrano.

The $811,493 in Health Center Cluster Grants will be distributed to eight centers located in the South Bronx:

1.     Urban Health Plan, Inc. – $144,493

2.     Bronx-Lebanon Integrated Services System – $177,229

3.     Bronx Community Health Network, Inc. – $159,709

4.     HELP/Project Samaritan Services Corp. – $51,882

5.     La Casa De Salud, Inc. – $42,772

6.     Union Community Health Center, Inc. – $81,385

7.     Vocational Instructional Project Community Services, Inc. – $41,371

8.     Morris Heights Health Center – $112,652


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