News from 2016
Neighborhood Health Recognition Breakfast
Neighborhood Health Celebrates 40 Years, Honors Founders
Neighborhood Health hosted its first Recognition Breakfast fundraising event in celebration of 40 years of service to the community. Mayor Megan Barry was the guest speaker at the breakfast, which was hosted at Belmont University’s Maddox Grand Atrium. During the breakfast, the organization honored the contributions of four individuals credited with helping to found the 40-year-old network of community health centers: Dr. Robert Bone, Dr. Eric Chazen, Kathleen Krenek, and Irwin Venick. Pictured at the celebration (left to right) are: Dr. Eric Chazen, Mary Bufwack, Dr. Robert Bone, Irwin Venick, and Kathleen Krenek.
Summer Updates: Dental Coming to Lebanon, Back to School Health & More
Neighborhood Health has received a HHS grant to fund expansion of dental services to the Lebanon clinic; Back to School Health Day for children will be July 30 at the Main Street location; the 3-Star Healthy Task Force released its "Grey Paper" plan to expand health care ... Read more in our summer updates.
Spring Updates: Expansion of Substance Abuse Services, Dental Services and more
Neighborhood Health received a grant from the Department of Health and Human Services for $231,931. The grant will assist in expanding the program of screening patients for substance use disorders and providing intervention, counseling and referral. Read more in our spring update.
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