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Community Care Clinic of Rowan receives grant

The Community Care Clinic of Rowan County was awarded a grant from the Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation.
The clinic received $38,000 for salary support of a prescription assistance coordinator, a statement said.
The grant was part of more than $1.5 million given to 39 nonprofit organizations throughout Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Rowan, and 13 other North Carolina counties and York County in South Carolina.
The grant funds will be used for a wide variety of purposes by the organizations and supported programs including affordable housing, children’s services, crisis assistance and food distribution. Sisters of Mercy of North Carolina Foundation has awarded the 1,329 grants on behalf of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas South Central Community totaling more than $59.3 million to safety net organizations that provide for underserved populations.
The Community Care Clinic is located at 315-G Mocksville Ave. and provides medical and dental care as well as prescription medications to individuals and families using volunteer medical professionals and skilled support staff.
The organization also recently received a $10,000 grant from the Salisbury Community Foundation for dental staffing.

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