Congressman Anthony Brindisi yesterday announced grants totaling hundreds of thousands of federal dollars for area medical facilities, including more than $60k for Family Health Network of Central New York ($60,536).
The funding was secured through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and will be used to help FHN and other health care centers combat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
“These dollars will go a long way to help fight back against the coronavirus,” Brindisi said. “We are all-hands-on-deck to fight this pandemic and I will do everything I can to make sure Upstate New York has the resources we need to contain the spread. I am continuing to work with members of both parties to secure even more federal dollars for our local hospitals, workers, small businesses, and families.”
Citizens with questions about grants, unemployment, small business loans, and more are encouraged to visit Brindisi.house.gov/coronavirus or call Rep. Brindisi’s office at 315-732-0713 and leave a message.
He’ll join local health experts & officials for a second “Telephone Town Hall” this afternoon (March 26) at 3:30 pm, which all constituents are encouraged to participate in by RSVPing here.