FQHC funding extended until 2019

The latest spending bill that was approved on February 9th had many health provisions, including funding for community health centers through 2019.

The approval comes as a huge relief for FQHCs across the country, who have been in funding limbo since October 2017. The bill extends funding for two years, providing $3.8 billion for community health centers for fiscal year 2018 and $4 billion for FY 2019 – now FQHCs can move forward with their business of providing healthcare to underserved communities.

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