Hoeven: HHS Announces Federal Funding for North Dakotan Children with Special Health Care Needs
WASHINGTON – Senator John Hoeven, who serves on the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has awarded $47,011.00 to Family Voices of North Dakota. Family Voices of North Dakota serves children with special health needs, and their families, by helping them with Medicaid waivers, assisting veteran parents raise children with special health care needs, improving hospital policies that impact hospitalized children, advocating for special needs kids to attend public schools, conducting research and improving state policies.
“North Dakotans are a caring people who understand the importance of neighbor helping neighbor,” Hoeven said. “These funds will help those living with disabilities, and their families, get better access to services, which is one of the most basic ways we can help them.”
The funds are made available through the HH’S Health Resources and Services Administration.
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