Stimulus funds pay for added services at Massachusetts health center
Boston Globe, March 16, 2009
A nonprofit will be able to expand services at its new Gloucester, MA, community health center thanks to $1.3 million in federal stimulus money. North Shore Community Health was among the 126 health centers nationwide receiving a collective $155 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
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