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Health care is going through some major changes nation-wide and the effort to create a positive impact on health care services travels all the way to the local level. Several Los Alamos nonprofit organizations recently received a helping hand from the Con Alma Health Foundation to continue their health care related efforts.
Casa Mesita, Family Strengths Network, Los Alamos Family Council, Los Alamos First Born Program, Los Alamos Juvenile Justice Advisory Board, Los Alamos Visiting Nurses and Self Help, Inc each received grant money through the Northern New Mexico Health Grant Group, a joint initiative of Con Alma Health Foundation and the Los Alamos Medical Center Auxiliary. Other grantees included Cancer Services of New Mexico and HELP-New Mexico, which both offer services in Los Alamos.
Additionally, the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation earned a $15,000 multi-year grant from the Con Alma Health Foundation.
The Con Alma Health Foundation and the Northern New Mexico Grant Group awarded a total of $525,000 to 32 nonprofits.
In a press release, Dolores E. Roybal, executive director of Con Alma Health Foundation, said, “We are proud to support and partner with these organizations to transform New Mexico communities and remove barriers to good health.”
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