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On June 8, the ASPR announced a total of $50 million in awards to 33 states and jurisdictions to strengthen the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) network – focusing on emergency preparedness, response, and health equity needs. Funding for the first-ever MRC State, Territory and Tribal Nations, Representative Organizations for Next Generation (MRC-STTRONG) grant program is from the American Rescue Plan.
Check out the indivdual MRC STTRONG Awardee Profiles to learn how awardees plan to use these funds to bolster preparedness and response efforts in their communities.
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of more than 300,000 volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. MRC volunteers step up to keep their family, friends, and neighbors safe and healthy.
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3 million+COVID-19 Response Hours
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