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Family HealthCare receives Grant Award funded by FM Area Foundation
Family HealthCare receives Basic Human Needs Grant Award funded by the FM Area Foundation to increase access to high quality integrated behavioral health services by implementing telehealth capabilities within their clinic locations. As a primary provider of medication assisted treatment in the FM area, FHC is working diligently to expand the necessary services to treat opioid use and addiction. “We appreciate the FM Area Foundation funding access to essential behavioral health services for our community. The FM Area Foundation continues to be a longstanding partner with Family HealthCare in assisting with funding our key initiatives to meet the needs of the community and we are thankful for the support,” said Patrick Gulbranson, Chief Executive Officer at Family HealthCare. Family HealthCare’s mission is to provide affordable, quality healthcare to every person regardless of the ability to pay. With a sliding fee schedule program that enables eligible patients to pay only a nominal fee for medical and dental services. FHC specializes in providing healthcare (medical, dental, behavioral health, optometry, lab, x-ray, pharmacy, and lifestyle medicine) that addresses chronic disease and wellness with an emphasis on acknowledging barriers to patients that find access to care challenging. The FM Area Foundation is the community foundation created by and for the people of Cass County, North Dakota, and Clay County, Minnesota. The FM Area Foundation helps people give back to the community and ensures the needs of the community are addressed now and in perpetuity. Working in partnership with individuals, families, businesses and professional advisors, the FM Area Foundation manages charitable funds and provides grants to qualified nonprofit organizations and scholarships to students. The FM Area Foundation has been serving the community through philanthropy since 1960.