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ICYMI: Second District Receives Over $100 Million in CARES Act Grants

Washington, June 11, 2020

BOWLING GREEN, KY – Congressman Brett Guthrie (KY-02) today applauded the continued grant funding provided to Kentucky’s Second District through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

So far, the Second District has received over $105 million in CARES Act funding, which has been distributed to health care providers, local housing authorities, and communities to help respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Statewide entities have received over $3 billion in CARES Act grants.

“Our local communities and organizations are on the front lines against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic,” said Guthrie. “When we passed the CARES Act, we created these grant programs to provide resources to help those who are the boots on the ground. This money has already been used to provide health care, increase testing capacity, support students and employees, and help those in need during this unprecedented time. The latest funding provided statewide will be used to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and develop research into vaccines. I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure that Kentucky has the resources necessary to respond to this crisis.”

CARES Act grants are announced on a rolling basis. Health care providers interested in grant money can find more information here.

See below for a full list of Second District and statewide grant recipients.

 

KY-02

Recipient

Amount

Agency

A+ Family Healthcare (Brownsville)

$503,000

Health and Human Services

Audubon Area Community Care Clinic (Owensboro)

$514,925

Health and Human Services

Bowling Green-Warren County Primary Care Center

$727,415

Health and Human Services

City of Elizabethtown

$115,329

Housing and Urban Development

City of Owensboro

$294,117

Housing and Urban Development

City of Bowling Green

$294,117

Housing and Urban Development

Bardstown Samuels Field BRY

$30,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Bowling Green Bowling Green-Warren County Regional BWG

$69,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Danville Stuart Powell Field DVK

$69,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Elizabethtown Addington Field EKX

$30,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Falls of Rough Rough River State Park 2I3

$1,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Glasgow Glasgow Municipal GLW

$30,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Hardinsburg Breckinridge County I93

$20,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Leitchfield Leitchfield-Grayson Co M20

$20,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Lewisport Hancock Co-Ron Lewis Field KY8

$30,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Owensboro Owensboro-Daviess County Regional OWB

$1,080,366

Federal Aviation Administration

Springfield Lebanon Springfield-George Hoerter Field 6I2

$30,000

Federal Aviation Administration

Asbury Theological Seminary

$260,367

Education

Asbury University

$1,017,118

Education

Brescia University

$504,094

Education

Centre College Of Kentucky

$986,773

Education

Elizabethtown Community And Technical College

$2,426,734

Education

Kentucky Wesleyan College

$843,204

Education

Owensboro Community & Technical College

$1,789,723

Education

Western Kentucky University

$10,636,493

Education

Housing Authority of Owensboro

$269,060

HUD

Housing Authority of Danville

$100,521

HUD

Housing Authority of Glasgow

$160,567

HUD

Housing Authority of Morgantown

$63,164

HUD

Housing Authority of Elizabethtown

$30,629

HUD

Housing Authority of Springfield

$30,211

HUD

Housing Authority of Bowling Green

$203,072

HUD

Housing Authority of Horse Cave

$31,004

HUD

Housing Authority of Bardstown

$78,442

HUD

Housing Authority of Hodgenville

$34,292

HUD

Housing Authority of Radcliff

$20,264

HUD

Housing Authority of Greensburg

$9,058

HUD

Danville Community Development Agency

$32,290

HUD

City of Bowling Green Housing Division

$74,436

HUD

CENTERSTONE OF KENTUCKY, INC.

$4,000,000

SAMSHA

RIVER VALLEY BEHAVIOR HEALTH

$2,000,000

SAMSHA

Audubon Area Community Services (AACS)

$703,000

FTA

Central KY Community Action Council (CKCAC)

$1,642,101

FTA

Glasgow Transit System (GTS)

$53,056

FTA

A+ FAMILY HEALTHCARE, LLC

$116,824

HHS

BOWLING GREEN-WARREN COUNTY PRIMARY CARE CENTER, INC.

$292,684

HHS

Audubon Area Community Care Clinic, Inc.

$110,329

HHS

LifeSkills, Inc. (Bowling Green

$491,000

FCC

Warren County

$58,008

DOJ

Hardin County

$45,977

DOJ

City of Owensboro

$68,828

DOJ

City of Radcliff

$34,301

DOJ

Barren River Area Development District

$228,294

EDA

Health care providers

$72,569,125

HHS

$105,873,312

 

Statewide

Recipient

Amount

Agency

Health care providers

$954,983,431

HHS

Transit providers

$133,300,000

FTA

Kentucky Department of Education (Higher Ed)

$43,799,187

Education

Kentucky Housing Corporation-State Agency

$587,114

HUD

Kentucky Department of Education (K-12)

$193,186,874

Education

Runaway and Homeless Youth Program

$148,241

HHS

Commonwealth of Kentucky

$2,000,000

SAMSHA

Commonwealth of Kentucky

$11,690,427

HHS Administration for Community Living

State and local leaders

$1,732,000,000

Treasury

Community development programs

$16,942,485

HUD

Kentucky Office of Employment and Training

$6,000,000

Employment and Training Administration (DOL)

Commonwealth of Kentucky

$14,500,000

HUD

Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA)

$1,805,649

HHS

Community Development Block Grant Program

$16,856,592

HHS

Commonwealth of Kentucky

$4,545,003

HHS Preparedness and Response

Commonwealth of Kentucky

$1,589,381

CDC

Kentucky Primary Care Association, Inc.

$75,000

Health Resources & Services Administration

$3,134,009,384

 

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