NJDOH Funds $116M in Public Health Investments

The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) announced $116.5 million in grants, which officials say will help strengthen public health infrastructure across the Garden State.

The first award, the Enhancing Local Public Health Infrastructure Partner Organization Grant, provides $75 million to the New Jersey Association of City and County Health Officials (NJACCHO) to administer grants to eligible county, municipal and regional local health departments (LHD’s).

The program aims to support the development or expansion of long-term health infrastructure improvements with a focus on health equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility. Read more.

Related Posts