Community Health Resources Commission​

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To contain the spread of COVID-19, mandatory telework has been invoked for Community Health Resources Commission employees.

Please refer to the contact list to reach specific employees within the Community Health Resources Commission.  Emailed inquiries will receive a more prompt response than phone calls.

Thank you for your patience.  We look forward to returning to normal operations soon.

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COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grantee Reports Due Monday, November 2, 2020

Grantees that have received COVID-19 Emergency Relief Grants have been provided templates with questions regarding the impact of grant funds on their clients and program operations. Responses are due to the Commission no later than Monday, November 2, 2020.

Questions regarding the content of the questions and responses should be directed to Michael Fay, CHRC Program Manager, at michael.fay@maryland.gov and questions regarding the submission of the responses should be directed to Chris Kelter, CHRC Chief Financial Officer, at chris.kelter@maryland.gov. 


October 29, 2020 - Commission Meeting

The meeting of the Maryland Community Health Resources Commission is scheduled for Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 10:00 am The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the release of the FY 2021 Call for Proposals.

This meeting will be held via conference call. Click here​ for the agenda.

The call is open to the public; however, questions and answers will be limited to Commissioners and CHRC Staff.

Dial in Number:  1-617-675-4444
Participant Passcode: 730 531 737 7376‬#‬​

CHRC FY 2020 COVID-19 Emergency Relief Call for Proposals

To see a list of the awards from the CHRC COVID-19 Emergency Relief Call for Proposals please click here​. To see summaries of the grant awards rom the CHRC COVID-19 Emergency Relief Call for Proposals please click here​​​​.


 

Notice for CHRC's Current Grantees

CHRC staff is prepared to offer advice on issues related to grant reporting deadlines, grant budgets and performance goals and measures. In recognition of the Governor's executive order and guidance from the Maryland Department of Health, the CHRC is adhering to social distancing policies and CHRC staff is working remotely.  Our email contact information is below and we will respond to emails that are received in a timely fashion.

CHRC staff's email contact information:

Mark Luckner, Executive Director - mark.luckner@maryland.gov

Chris Kelter, Chief Financial Officer - chris.kelter@mayland.gov

Michael Fay, Program Manager - michael.fay@maryland.gov

Jen Thayer, Administrator - jen.thayer@maryland.gov


CHRC Impact Statement

To view a copy of the Commission's most recent Impact Statement, click here​​​​​.


The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC) was created by the Maryland General Assembly in 2005 to expand access to health care services in underserved communities in Maryland. The CHRC is an independent commission operating within the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), whose 11 members are appointed by the Governor. Since its inception, the CHRC has awarded 266 grants totaling $77.7 million, supporting programs in every jurisdiction of the state. These programs have collectively served more than 488,000 Marylanders, and grants awarded by the CHRC have enabled grantees to leverage $28.4 million in additional federal and private/non-profit resources.​

The CHRC supports the work of community health care resources and fulfills its statutory mission in the following activities:

  1. Awarding grants to expand access in underserved areas and support public health priorities;
  2. Staffing the Maryland Council on Advancement of School-Based Health Centers​​;
  3. Supporting the State's Diabetes Action Plan through the provision of assistance to Local Health Improvement Coalitions; and
  4. Providing ongoing technical assistance to CHRC grantees and other programs and executing other Special Projects.

In fulfilling these responsibilities, the Commission implements a thorough system of performance measurement to ensure public resources are utilized effectively and efficiently so that Maryland’s underserved communities receive high-quality health care services. 



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