Montana Health Justice Partnership – Part 2

Project Term: 24 months; 2017-2019
Grant Amount: $100,000

Montana Legal Services and Montana Primary Care Association partnered in 2015 to create the Montana Health Justice Partnership (see Montana Health Justice Partnership – Part 1). The partnership provides legal assistance to low-income patients in several rural community health centers across the state on issues such as housing in disrepair, medical debt, family violence, denial of senior benefits, employment problems, health care access, and other issues that can have direct and indirect impacts on health. This project will expand the project’s service area to include two additional rural community health centers and will help sustain their activities while they finalize a sustainability plan. Grant funding will be used to add capacity through hiring a part-time paralegal which will allow the program to expand to two additional health care centers, increase capacity, and strengthen effectiveness.

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