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Case Announces Millions for Community Health Centers in Hawai‘i to Combat COVID-19

The funds come from the $2 trillion CARES Act enacted by Congress. The awards come as Case is set to host a Tele-Talk Story tonight

Washington, April 8, 2020

(Honolulu, HI) – U.S. Congressman Ed Case (HI-01) announced today that 14 community health centers throughout the State of Hawai‘i  will receive more than $10 million to help them deal with the health emergency triggered by COVID-19.

“The CARES Act included funding to support federal, state and local public health agencies to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus,” said Case. 

“This federal assistance to our community health centers can be used by the centers for staffing, personal protective equipment, screening, testing, and prevention or other means to fight the pandemic.”

“While this is good news for our invaluable community health centers who are on the frontlines of this public health crisis, it is clear that far more support is required for our health care system across the board.”

Case said $10,037,995 will go to these 14 centers:

HEALTH CENTER GRANTEE

CITY

STATE

FUNDING AMOUNT

BAY CLINIC, INC.

HILO

HI

$876,290

COMMUNITY CLINIC OF MAUI, INC.

WAILUKU

HI

$740,615

HAMAKUA HEALTH CENTER INC

HONOKAA

HI

$596,360

HANA COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

HANA

HI

$542,150

HO-OLA LAHUI HAWAII INC

LIHUE

HI

$578,930

KALIHI PALAMA HEALTH CENTER

HONOLULU

HI

$1,021,625

KOKUA KALIHI VALLEY COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY SERVICES

HONOLULU

HI

$719,510

KO'OLAULOA COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS CENTER, INCORPORATED

KAHUKU

HI

$634,325

LANA'I COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

LANA'I CITY

HI

$542,510

MOLOKAI OHANA HEALTH CARE, INC

KAUNAKAKAI

HI

$550,535

WAI'ANAE DISTRICT COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH AND HOSPITAL BOARD, INCORPORATED

WAI'ANAE

HI

$1,163,675

WAIKIKI HEALTH

HONOLULU

HI

$703,490

WAIMANALO HEALTH CENTER

WAIMANALO

HI

$584,870

WEST HAWAI‘I COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

KAILUA KONA

HI

$783, 110

Case will host his Live COVID-19 Tele-Talk Story Community Meeting this Wednesday, April 8th, from 6:30 to 8:00PM.

“As we continue to confront the COVID-19 crisis together, I need to stay in touch with all those I serve in Congress more than ever.”

He will be updating participants on the three major emergency measures Congress passed in March including the CARES Act, as well as efforts to implement its key provisions like assistance to our small businesses, direct payments and unemployment benefits as soon as possible.

Those who call in will be able to ask questions and he will personally answer them.

To join the Talk Story, most constituents will expect a call from Case from 808-650-6688 between 6:15 and 6:30PM Wednesday, and all who answer the call will just stay on the line to be connected.

Others can also call 855-274-9528 to be connected.

Anyone can also join online during a livestream of the event on his web site at case.house.gov/live.

For more information on how to participate in Congressman Case’s Tele-Talk Story, call his Honolulu office at 808-650-6688. 

For more information on COVID-19 and the office of Congressman Case, please go to case.house.gov.

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