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United Health Group’s $1 million grant helps Minnesota Community Care support Saint Paul youth

In 2020, UnitedHealth Group provided a $1 million grant to Minnesota Community Care to address the health and wellness needs of underserved people in St. Paul during the pandemic and following civil unrest last summer. The partnership has enabled us—the state’s largest federally qualified health center—to address urgent needs by providing health services, mobile clinics, increased social work services, and more.

“2020 challenged our society in many ways, but it was not without hope. Communities, health systems, and leaders stepped up and together worked to address challenges our country has struggled with for years – racial inequality, social determinants of health, and the affordability of and access to preventive care,” said Reuben Moore, president & executive officer of Minnesota Community Care. “We are grateful to UnitedHealth Group for choosing to join hands with us and work together to bring care and support directly to people where they are, whether that’s in schools, in neighborhoods or in shelters.”

Watch this video and learn more about the United Health Group’s $1 million grant that is helping Minnesota Community Care support the health and wellness needs of underserved youth in Saint Paul.