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.
Mark Luckner, Executive Director - email@example.com
Chris Kelter, Chief Financial Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Fay, Program Manager - email@example.com
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 312 grants totaling $79.2 million, supporting programs in every jurisdiction of the state. These programs have collectively served more than 500,000 Marylanders, and grants awarded by the CHRC have enabled grantees to leverage $31.8 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:
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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