WASHINGTON, DC –U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced today that Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services (NEON), a network of health centers working to decrease the health disparity in Greater Cleveland, received new resources from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to support and develop primary care health services.
“Community health centers play a vital role in helping Ohioans obtain access to primary and preventive health care services,” said Brown. “These new federal resources will help Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services provide affordable and accessible health care to more of Cleveland’s children, seniors, and parents.”
Allocated through the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Health Center Cluster program, the grant will provide $6,011,437 to the organization.