Sapphire Community Health in Hamilton is one of the 14 Montana community health centers to receive COVID-19 funding from the American Rescue Plan. The center will get $810,250, according to Montana Senator Jon Tester.

The money is to support COVID-19 vaccination efforts, testing and treatment. Tester said, "Montana's community health centers have been on the frontlines of this pandemic, helping to keep folks safe, caring for sick patients, and leading the charge in our state's vaccination efforts."

Sapphire Community Health announced on their website that they are registering people age 16 and up for the COVID-19 vaccine. The COVID registration phone number is 406-541-0954. Ravalli County is opening up vaccine distribution to that phase of inoculations this week. Of course, availability of doses will determine how soon providers can administer the vaccine.

Sapphire Community Health also provides annual screenings for men, women and children and provides services on a sliding scale. They accept most private insurance and federal healthcare programs. Sapphire will not refuse services due to a person's inability to pay.

Statewide, the American Rescue Plan is providing over $24 million for the testing, vaccinations and treatment. That includes Missoula County with $3,278,000, Flathead County in Kalispell with $175,000, Lincoln County Community Health Center in Libby with $1,747,000. Other centers are in Hardin, Livingston, Billings, Shelby, Great Falls, Butte, Cut Bank, Helena and Havre. The money will be distributed in April by the Health Resources and Service Administration and will also be used for provide preventative and primary health care to those at higher risk for COVID-19. Officials say some centers will add mobile units to their facilities.

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