Federal funds allocated to address Woonsocket’s public health inequities

From center left to center right, Rhode Island Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt listen to a Woonsocket Health Equity Zone presentation on March 31 in Woonsocket. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
From center left to center right, Rhode Island Department of Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott, First Gentleman Andy Moffit and Woonsocket Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt listen to a Woonsocket Health Equity Zone presentation on March 31 in Woonsocket. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
PROVIDENCE – One year from now, Director of Health Initiatives Susan Jacobsen at Thundermist Health Center hopes to have answers to her questions: “What does a healthy Woonsocket look like?” “Where are we now in [fulfilling that vision]?” “What do we need to make that happen?” By April 2017, Jacobsen anticipates that the Woonsocket Health…

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