Marshall University Receives Funds To Train Workers In Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia< < Back to
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Marshall University is receiving a $1.3 million grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission to train community health workers in coal counties in eastern Kentucky, southern Ohio and parts of West Virginia.
U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins of West Virginia announced the grant in a news release Thursday for the Marshall University Research Corporation.
He says a team from Marshall will help train more than two dozen new community health workers.
Participating health care partners are in Magoffin, Martin and Pike counties in Kentucky, Athens, Meigs and Washington counties in Ohio, and Clay, Harrison, Upshur and Webster counties in West Virginia.