$100,000 grant going toward telehealth expansion for children in rural NC schools

Thousands of dollars in grant money will be going toward expanding COVID-19 response services for children in rural North Carolina schools.

A press release says the Baxter International Foundation has awarded Children’s Health Fund (CHF) a $100,000 grant to continue its expansion of telehealth and COVID-19 response services for students in rural McDowell and Avery counties. The funds will allow CHF affiliate, Center for Rural Health Innovation’s Health-e-Schools program to provide Pre-K through 12th grade students and school staff with access to primary care and mental health services through telehealth.

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