Community Health Centers Across Hawai‘i To Receive Nearly $29 Million In Federal Funding


WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will award 14 community health centers in Hawai‘i federal funding totaling $28,750,365.

“Community health centers offer an affordable and accessible outlet for thousands of people across our state to receive care they might not otherwise be able to,” said Senator Schatz. “This funding will give these centers the resources to continue providing comprehensive health services to Hawai‘i families where they are needed most.”

Community health centers provide comprehensive, high-quality primary health care services to medically underserved individuals and families. The community health centers receiving funding are:

  • Kalihi-Palama Health Center on Oahu, which is receiving $3,518,386;
  • Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Services on Oahu, which is receiving $2,922,712;
  • Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center on Oahu, which is receiving $3,510,777;
  • Community Clinic of Maui, which is receiving $1,885,839;
  • Waimanalo Health Center on Oahu, which is receiving $2,031,688;
  • Molokai Community Health Center on Molokai, which is receiving $1,292,131;
  • West Hawai‘i Community Health Center on Hawai‘i Island, which is receiving $2,505,787;
  • Hoola Lahui Hawai‘i on Kauai, which is receiving $1,369,194;
  • Hana Health on Maui, which is receiving $1,367,995;
  • Koolauloa Health Center on Oahu, which is receiving $1,710,765;
  • Waikiki Health on Oahu, which is receiving $1,742,347;
  • Hamakua-Kohala Health Centers on Hawai‘i Island, which is receiving $1,497,992;
  • The Bay Clinic on Hawai‘i Island, which is receiving $1,724,793; and
  • Lanai Community Health Center, which is receiving $1,669,959. 

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