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4 groups getting over $921K in health funding

MANCHESTER (AP) – Four organizations in New Hampshire are getting a total of more than $921,000 in Affordable Care Act funding to establish or expand behavioral health services.

They are Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth; Harbor Homes Inc. in Nashua; Manchester Community Health Center; and the City of Manchester. ...

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MANCHESTER (AP) – Four organizations in New Hampshire are getting a total of more than $921,000 in Affordable Care Act funding to establish or expand behavioral health services.

They are Goodwin Community Health in Somersworth; Harbor Homes Inc. in Nashua; Manchester Community Health Center; and the City of Manchester.

Nationally, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $54.6 million in Affordable Care Act funding to support 221 health centers in 47 states and Puerto Rico to support behavioral health services.

The department says in New Hampshire, 11 health centers operate more than 56 service delivery sites that provide care to over 67,194 patients.

In 2013, New Hampshire health centers saw over 3,805 behavioral health patients.