Greater than $4 million in grants for community health centers were announced Friday by Sens. Wa State and Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., but Vancouver remained from the list.Vancouver didn’t receive funding since the city does not have a federally qualified health center that requested the grant. Ocean-Marly Community Health Center comes with a middle in Vancouver and received funding, but it’s unknown if the funding is going to be divided among its locations statewide.Funding is supposed to help community centers increase access for drug abuse and mental health services. As a whole, greater than $200 million was awarded to at least one,178 health centers nationwide. Twenty-four centers in Washington will get grants averaging $175,000 each.“Community health centers give a critical lifeline to healthcare for Washington’s most vulnerable patients and communities. Without use of community health centers, many children and families would not need primary care, dental hygiene, mental health services and lots of other important healthcare services,” Cantwell stated in an announcement.Murray stated she’s glad for further sources flowing in to the state’s community health centers and “(I) continues fighting for strong federal investments to aid the key work they are doing to combat addiction and supply much-needed choose to families across our condition.”The good thing is Lifeline Connections in Vancouver will get $524,000 to grow its services for ladies and kids in residential drug abuse treatment facilities.This grant funding belongs to a significantly bigger award in the U.S. Department of Health insurance and Human Services, totaling $144.a million, to assist combat the nationwide opioid crisis.“Over yesteryear year, I’ve been told by numerous patients and families in Vancouver and across our condition battling using the devastating impacts from the opioid epidemic, so I’m very happy to see additional funding will quickly be accessible to assist more and more people battling with addiction obtain the treatment and sources they require,Inches Murray stated.“For families suffering because of this epidemic, there isn’t any ‘later’ and there isn’t any ‘next time’ — for this reason I continuously push and fight for strong federal investments to make certain our communities get the help they’re with and thus anxiously need,” Murray stated.