Tri-Cap gets $52K grantDecember 21, 2020
By Herald Staff
Dubois County Community Foundation has granted Tri-Cap $52,000 to fund two years of health care navigation services in Dubois County. Tri-Cap will utilize the funds to assist families and individuals in the community that are struggling to navigate through the process of finding affordable healthcare coverage.
“The Community Foundation has been a tremendous help to Tri-Cap throughout the years for various needs, but this is by far the largest grant Tri-Cap has ever received from the foundation. We are so thankful to be able to continue providing this free, unbiased service locally,” said Joyce Fleck, executive director of Tri-Cap.
This grant provides the resources needed to help Tri-Cap meet its mission of providing health, housing and education services that change lives, empower families and improve communities.
Tri-Cap accepts referrals from area employers, health care providers, community corrections, members of the Dubois County Development Coalition, the general public and self-referrals from anyone in need. Please call the Tri-Cap Jasper office at 812-482-2233 and ask for Lesa Seng to schedule an appointment, if you have any questions, need help enrolling, or want to know if you may be eligible for Medicaid, Marketplace or other health care plans.
To learn more about Tri-Cap, visit www.tri-cap.net.
More on DuboisCountyHerald.com
The Indiana State Department of Health reported Tuesday six new COVID-19 cases in Dubois County.
Tom Schmitt sat in his pickup Wednesday, far away from the construction workers, watching the...
The Indiana State Department of Health has reported since Friday 20 new COVID-19 cases in Dubois...
As Kyle Gudorf and Lance Reynolds searched for their next great catch, the bowfishermen learned...
The Indiana State Department of Health reported Friday five new COVID-19 cases in Dubois County.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported Thursday nine new COVID-19 cases in Dubois County.
Becky Hickman has always enjoyed helping people succeed by connecting them to resources.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported Wednesday eight new COVID-19 cases in Dubois County.