The Salem Health and Wellness Foundation awarded a grant totaling $15,420 to Gateway Community Action Partnership for its Gateway to Better Health program.
The program will provide health literacy for the parents of its Head Start programs as well as parents of the Family Success Center and Salem County parents in general to address the lack of health literacy negatively impacts children and families in the United States.
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