The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated just how important our healthcare system is. This pandemic has stressed our healthcare organizations, and every provider has responded to the challenge.
To help lessen the impact of COVID-19, Montgomery County is providing grants to help healthcare organizations (i.e.: hospitals, medical centers, health clinic, and other health service providers). To qualify, your organization must provide public health services to individuals and communities within Montgomery County, Ohio directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grants will be awarded to eligible healthcare organizations. Grant funds can be used for mortgage/rent, utilities, costs related to immunizations, coronavirus testing and contact tracing, PPE supplies, technology, and other public health expenses. These funds can be used for expenses, either already incurred or anticipated, between March 1 and Dec. 30, 2020.
To be eligible for CARES Act funds, you must be able to prove that the pandemic has had a negative impact on your organization. Other requirements include:
Applications are being accepted through Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association. Click the button below to access the application.