Grant County, N.M., funds by Health and Human Services, Department of
Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.
Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.
|NAVAJO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY||$1,304,000||ARRA - IHS Tribal Agreements This project will contribute funds to complete the construction of 15,200 feet of 6-inch PVC, 1,800 feet of 4-inch PVC, 8,000 feet of 2-inch PVC waterline, a booster station, a water storage tank, and septic tanks and drainfields that will benefit 25 proj||Indian Health Service||8/04/2009|
|HIDALGO MEDICAL SERVICES, INC||$238,776||ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] Increased Demand for Services - There is only one private practice Ob/Gyn with one full-time obstetrician in the four counties that comprise southwest New Mexico. The extended area has an approximate combined population of 65,000 indidividuals. One FTE Ob... Show more||Health Resources and Services Administration||3/27/2009|
|NAVAJO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY||$164,000||ARRA - IHS Tribal Agreements This project will contribute funds to complete the construction of 4,500 feet of 4-inch and 1,000 feet of 2-inch PVC waterline that will benefit 12 project homes.||Indian Health Service||8/04/2009|
|NAVAJO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY||$144,000||ARRA - IHS Tribal Agreements Complete construction of 5700' of 6' PVC waterline that will benefit 18 project homes.||Indian Health Service||8/04/2009|
|NAVAJO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY||$100,000||ARRA - IHS Tribal Agreements Complete construction of 3500' of 2 PVC Pipe that will benefit 19 project homes.||Indian Health Service||8/04/2009|
|EL GRITO, INC.||$92,909||ARRA - Head Start El Grito, Inc. is a federally funded non-profit head start program that provides quality full day educational and childcare services to 184 low income children and families in rural Grant County, New Mexico. Our goal is to break the cycle of poverty by pr||Administration for Children and Families||7/01/2009|
|NAVAJO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY||$89,000||ARRA - IHS Tribal Agreements Complete construction of 5000' of 6' PVC pipe that will benefit 19 project homes.||Indian Health Service||8/04/2009|
|NAVAJO ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION AUTHORITY||$64,000||ARRA - IHS Tribal Agreements EPA provided IHS $68,750 of Clean Water Act Indian Set Aside funds through Interagency Agreement DW-75-95765901-0 for this project. Project scope: This project will replace 8 septic tanks and drainfields. All of these homes have failed individual on-site||Indian Health Service||8/04/2009|
|WESTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY||$35,123||
ARRA Child Care and Development Block Grant Improving the quality in licensed child care programs statewide. Ensuring that ALL children in New Mexico have equitable access to quality child care. Increasing the capacity of state government to insure families have access to affordable quality child
This spending item is part of a $17,816,534 allocation. See details
|Administration for Children and Families||4/09/2009|