The Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic was awarded a $30,000 grant from Sentara Healthcare as part of the Sentara Cares program that seeks to foster equitable health in the community and address health disparities magnified by the impact of COVID-19 on underserved populations.
This partnership reinforces the need to provide and expand critical services such as behavioral health to members of the Gloucester community, a GMCC release stated.
“Sentara Cares is an extension of our history of going above and beyond the delivery of medical care and comprehensive services,” said Sherry Norquist, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility of Sentara Healthcare. “We work behind the scenes to support underserved populations and numerous community organizations through sponsorships and grants. We are committed to closing the health disparities gap among underserved populations by working with partners like Gloucester Mathews Care Clinic.”
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