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Friday Federal Spending Watch: 

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(The Center Square) – The federal government continues to shower money on the Garden State. Here are some recent announcements.

Federally qualified health centers in New Jersey will receive more than $17.7 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds. The centers can use the money for construction, expansion, renovation, and other capital improvements to improve health care infrastructure.

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Bloomfield College a five-year, $3 million grant. The grant, awarded through the U.S. Department of Education Grants for Predominantly Black Institutions (PBI), will help the college recruit African American men and help them stay in school and graduate.

The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (JAG) has awarded more than $1.7 million to state and local public safety agencies. Jurisdictions receiving grants include Newark ($265,395), Jersey City ($166,697), Camden ($159,471) and Paterson ($138,796).

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) has awarded Bridgeway Behavioral Health Services a $3 million Mental Health and Substance Abuse Grant. Bridgeway can use the money to continue to operate mental health and substance abuse recovery programs.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded more than $700,000 in grants to New Jersey fire departments. As part of the Staffing For Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) and Assistance to Firefighter Grants (AFG), Tabernacle Township received $253,520, Beverly City received $241,040, the Vincent Fire Company received $183,996 and Bordentown Fire District 2 received $30,571.

The National Park Service (NPS) has awarded the Camden County Historical Society (CCHS) a $150,000 Battlefield Interpretation Grant. CCHS will use the money for its Camden County American Revolution Mobile Audio App and Signage Trail Project to mark 39 sites and highlight lesser-known stories of the American Revolution in southern New Jersey.

 

Organization City Amount
North Hudson Community Action Corporation Union City $1,135,700
Southern Jersey Family Medical Centers, Inc. Hammonton $1,092,251
Newark Community Health Centers, Inc. Newark $1,068,227
Lakewood Resource And Referral Center Inc. Lakewood $1,028,847
Zufall Health Center Inc. Dover $937,393
Camcare Health Corporation Camden $922,272
Ocean Health Initiatives Inc. Neptune $849,855
Jewish Renaissance Medical Center Perth Amboy $761,657
Community Health Care, Inc. Bridgeton $754,281
Henry J. Austin Health Center, Inc. Trenton $700,000
Metropolitan Family Health Network Inc. Jersey City $687,044
Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey Piscataway $681,588
Osborn Family Health Center, Inc., The Camden $661,535
Visiting Nurse Association Of Central Jersey Community Health Center Asbury Park $657,003
Paterson Community Health Center Inc. Paterson $653,450
Monmouth Family Health Center Long Branch $650,000
Horizon Health Center Inc Jersey City $642,000
Neighborhood Health Services Corporation Plainfield $623,904
City Of Newark, New Jersey Newark $621,363
Atlanticare Health Services Inc. Egg Harbor Township $592,620
Project Hope Camden $535,800
Saint James Health, Inc. Newark $527,148
Ironbound Community Health Center Inc. Newark $509,328
Jewish Renaissance Foundation Inc., The Perth Amboy $468,306

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