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HHS to divert up to $385M. from health programs to shelter migrant children

HHS to divert up to $385M from health programs to shelter migrant children

HHS to divert up to $385M from health programs to shelter migrant children

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will take up
to $385 million from programs including those that fund cancer prevention efforts to house an increasing number of unaccompanied migrant children in its care

HHS can reapportion immeasurable bucks from a number of its health programs to extend shelter capability for the overwhelming number of migrant kids Secretary Alex Azar told law-makers appropriators in letters in the week

Children UN agency cross the border while not oldsters or family are typically noted Department of Health and Human Services for shelter, food and different services till sponsors are found within the U.S however HHS's shelters are nearly full and also the agency has to take funds from different programs to acquire more room Azar said

That includes up to $286 million from health programs that fund start Alzheimer's care and cancer interference. Most of the cash can return from the Administration for youngsters and Families the Centers for sickness management and interference and also the National Institutes of Health


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