Henry J. Austin Health Center Receives $1.4 Million Grant to Enhance Community Infrastructure

Trenton, New Jersey – (April 29, 2024) – Henry J. Austin Health Center (HJAHC) is excited to announce its receipt of a grant from the Community Center Digital Connect Capital Projects Fund, administered by the New Jersey State Library (NJSL). This grant, part of the Community Center Digital Connect program, aims to address disparities in access to education, employment, and health services by investing in capital improvements at community facilities across the state. 

The grant, totaling $1,435,000, will enable HJAHC to transform one site, modernizing infrastructure and expanding capabilities to meet evolving healthcare needs. These enhancements will support education, workforce and employment, and health monitoring programs, benefiting the Trenton community. 

HJAHC is grateful for the opportunity to enhance our infrastructure and expand our services, ensuring that the health center can continue to provide high-quality care to all members of the community. 

About Henry J. Austin Health Center: 

Henry J. Austin Health Center is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center dedicated to providing high-quality, comprehensive healthcare services to the underserved populations of Mercer County, New Jersey. With a focus on patient-centered care and community engagement, Henry J. Austin Health Center strives to improve health outcomes and promote wellness for all. 

About the New Jersey State Library 

The New Jersey State Library (NJSL), an affiliate of Thomas Edison State University (TESU), connects people with information and resources through its service to libraries, state government, TESU staff and students, and NJ residents, including those with special needs. NJSL provides support for public, school, academic, and special libraries, and continues to promote services for learners of all ages, including key areas of continuing need such as digital literacy, business outreach, workforce development, summer reading programs, and services for the visually and physically impaired, among others. 

For more information about the grant, please visit The NJ State Library. 


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