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Delta Health Alliance Receives $900,000 Grant to Provide Mental Health Services in the Delta

Delta Health Alliance has received a three-year, $900,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources & Services Administration, to significantly expand the mental health and behavioral health services it provides to patients in Sunflower and Washington Counties. According to Dr. Karen Matthews, Delta Health Alliance CEO, “Untreated mental health problems
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Delta Health Alliance Receives $4.5 Million Grant to Improve Health Care in the Delta

Delta Health Alliance has received a five-year, $4.5 million grant from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources, to improve access to a broad range of health care services while lowering the cost for individuals in Bolivar, Coahoma, Holmes, Humphreys, Leflore, Sunflower and Washington Counties. “We are grateful
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Delta Health Alliance Receives $30 Million Grant from the US Department of Education for Promise Neighborhood Initiative

Delta Health Alliance has been awarded a five-year $30 million grant by the U.S. Department of Education to fund and create the Deer Creek Promise Neighborhood in Washington County.  This new grant will allow Delta Health Alliance to continue and expand its programs similar to the Indianola Promise Community it manages in Sunflower County. Bill
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Delta DREAMS

  INDIANOLA, Miss. – A foundation in financial literacy is leading to a soon-to-be laid foundation to a new home for Sheila Rosco. “This will be my first home and I am so excited. I’ll have that sense of security,” said the Indianola mother. “Once I complete DREAMS, I’m ready to go.” Delta DREAMS, or
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U.S. Secretary of Education King visits Indianola during tour

September 15 was no ordinary Thursday in Indianola, Mississippi. It’s not every day that the U.S. Secretary of Education rolls into town in a big yellow bus. But that’s exactly what happened when John B. King, Jr, US Secretary of Education, and senior Department of Education officials stopped at Carver Elementary School. King and his
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Delta Health Alliance Receives $600,000 Grant To Reduce Hospital Readmissions

(Stoneville, MS) – Delta Health Alliance announced that it had received a $600,000 three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services to work with Delta hospitals to reduce costly readmissions. Delta Health Alliance is partnering with South Sunflower County Hospital and North Sunflower Medical Center, Sunflower Clinic, Indianola Family Medical Group, and
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Indianola Promise Community Shows Progress with Indianola Students

  (Indianola, MS)   At the Sunflower County Consolidated School District board meeting on Tuesday evening, Dr. Karen Matthews, Delta Health Alliance CEO, gave a report on the ways Indianola Promise Community programs were helping Indianola children succeed. The Indianola Promise Community, or IPC, was created by Delta Health Alliance in partnership with a number
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Delta Health Alliance Receives $1 Million Grant to Improve Healthcare Delivery in 5 Delta Counties

  (Stoneville, MS) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded Delta Health Alliance $998,215 in funding through its Rural Development Delta Health Care Service grants program. The funding will allow Delta Health Alliance to expand its work with six rural health clinics in five Delta counties. Participating providers include Leland Medical Clinic; Gough Family
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