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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services awarded nearly $7 million in grants to expand residential lead hazard control services to eligible households with a Medicaid-enrolled resident.
Funding is provided through Michigan’s Children’s Health Insurance Program. Grants of up to $1.5 million were available for qualifying cities, counties or consortiums to provide lead hazard control services. Awarded grantees include:
Grantee Name Target Area Amount Awarded
City of Battle Creek* Calhoun County $1,500,000City of Grand Rapids* Kent County $1,500,000Human Development Huron, Tuscola, Sanilac $ 962,807Commission* and Lapeer counties City of Detroit Detroit $1,274,300City of Muskegon Muskegon County $ 880,005Community Action Agency Lenawee County $ 845,695
*Previous grantee in Fiscal Year 2018. Contract renewed for Fiscal Year 2019
As part of the Calhoun County Medicaid CHIP Lead Safe Program, the following are activity highlights from the 2017-2018 program year:
For the new year of funding, activities must be completed by Sept. 30, 2019. Services available for funding under this initiative include, but are not limited to the following efforts: