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Fri August 23, 2013
Fort Washakie Health Center receives $1.1 million grant
The Northern Arapaho Tribe’s Housing Authority has received a $1.1 million Indian Community Development Block Grant. The competitive grant was awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Grant administrator for the Northern Arapaho tribe, Patrick Goggles, says the money will be used for upgrades to the Fort Washakie Health Center on the Wind River Indian Reservation.
“It’ll expand the number of patient rooms and it’ll expand the amount of healthcare that it dispenses to the clientele on the reservation,” says Goggles.
The clinic at Fort Washakie serves both the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes.
Goggles says the current building is 100 years old and desperately needs renovations in order to adequately serve its clientele.