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(1) Definition. In this section, “community health center” means a health care entity that provides primary health care, health education and social services to low-income individuals.
(2) Grants.From the appropriation account under s. 20.435(1)(fh), the department shall, in each fiscal year, award all of the following as grants:
(a) To a community health center in a 1st class city, $50,000.
(b) To community health centers that receive federal grants under 42 USC 254b(e), (g) or (h). Each grant shall equal the amount that results from multiplying the total amount available for grants under this paragraph in the fiscal year in which the grants are to be awarded by the quotient obtained by dividing the amount that the community health center received under 42 USC 254b(e), (g) or (h) in the most recently concluded federal fiscal year in which those grants were made by the total amount of federal grants under 42 USC 254b(e), (g) and (h) made in that federal fiscal year to community health centers in this state.
(c) To HealthNet of Janesville, Inc., $50,000.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Health (Ch. 250 to 255) § 250.15. Grants for community health centers - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/health-ch-250-to-255/wi-st-250-15/
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