Monmouth County received grants to strengthen public health infrastructure

Monmouth County received grants to strengthen public health infrastructure
Monmouth County received grants to strengthen public health infrastructure

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originally published: 11/24/2022

(FREEHOLD, NJ) — Monmouth County Board of Commissioners announced that the county received $2,873,271 through two grants to strengthen public health infrastructure.

“On behalf of the Monmouth County Board of Commissioners, I would like to commend the work done by the Monmouth County Health Department (MCHD) for receiving these two grants,” said Commissioner-Director Thomas A. Arnone. “We look forward to using the grant funds to improve the public health of all of our residents.”

The first grant is the Partner Organization Grant for Local Public Health Infrastructure Improvements, which was administered to support the development or expansion of long-term health infrastructure improvements with an emphasis on health equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility.

The second grant is the County Health Infrastructure Grant, which will provide direct support to the County Health Department to address and respond to complex public health emergencies and deliver key public health initiatives.

“Monmouth County is committed to developing and expanding long-term health infrastructure improvements such as updating technology, communicable disease mitigation efforts and other public health priorities” , said Assistant Commissioner-Director Susan M. Kiley, liaison with the MCHD. “The grants will allow MCHD to expand the services and resources available with the goal of creating a healthier community.”

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