The $140 million in new grants will support programs in 2022, including $14 million to three-year strategic efforts focused on improved oral health access and outcomes, increasing availability and access to quality healthcare, and funding programs to provide young children with necessary health and education resources to succeed in underserved communities.
Besides funding COVID-19 relief, the grants address a comprehensive range of urgent health needs and social determinants of health across our state. Programs seek to enhance access to mental health counseling, increase availability of nutritious food, improve access to healthcare and transportation, support older adults with access to technology, strengthen veteran services, and offer scholarship support as well as remote learning opportunities. Initiatives also promote housing, employment assistance, and translation services; advancements in telehealth technology; and extending legal and social services.
Criteria for this Scholarship:
- General Education Diploma/GED
- Eligible to work in the US
This Scholarship can be used for the training below: