Tag Archives: Centers

Federal proposals to limit Medicaid funding would hit community health centers hard

Most states that transitioned to block grant funding for Medicaid — in which the federal government provides a fixed annual sum — would see lower revenue for their community health centers that care for Medicaid beneficiaries and other residents. Under a block grant, total health center revenues generated by the Medicaid expansion population would drop… Read More »

Mumps outbreaks affected migrants at detention centers in 19 states: CDC

About 900 migrants held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody have been exposed to mumps since last September, according to the first U.S. government report on outbreaks in the nation’s overloaded immigration system. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported Thursday a total of 898 confirmed and probable mumps cases in adult… Read More »

Long-Term Early Learning Vision of Daycare Centers

According to child care facts, professional and licensed daycare centers in Coquitlam promote healthy child development, early learning, building communities and more. Every day, a number of parents and their children receive support from leading child care providers. To offer child care is all about providing quality results ranging from physical growth to mental, emotional… Read More »

Treatment Centers: Providing Different Methods in Helping Troubled Teens

Massive drug, alcohol, and nicotine addiction have always been a problem in many societies. Drug treatment centers have been established to treat people with extreme dependencies. These centers provide a structured environment which enables them to treat their patients’ addictions through numerous programs. Some centers have both in-office and outpatient facilities for troubled teens who… Read More »