Kelly, Sinema Deliver Over $25 Million for Arizona Small Businesses, Community Health Centers, Fire & Flood Prevention, Workforce Training, and More in Bipartisan Appropriations Legislation

March 23, 2024
Mt Graham Regional Medical Center

Senators announce major federal investments in Arizona’s economy, resilience, and safety for counties, cities, and towns across the state

Arizona Senators Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema announced $25,018,000 in federal investments they secured for Arizona priorities that include support for Arizona small businesses, wildfire and flood prevention, a stronger microchip manufacturing workforce, increased access to life-saving cancer treatment, increased access to rural health care, and more. 

“By expanding access to treatment and upgrading health care facilities in rural communities, preparing Arizonans for good-paying jobs through workforce training programs, and supporting emergency response services, these projects will improve quality of life in communities across our state. Senator Sinema and I will keep working together to secure resources for the people of Arizona,“ said Kelly.   

“I’m proud to deliver strong federal investments for Arizona – supporting projects and priorities that will grow our economy, protect the health and safety of our families and loved ones, secure our border, and keep families safe,” said Sinema, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee

These federal investments for Arizona will support projects at the county, city, and local levels to enhance safety, security, health, and economic strength of Arizona communities. 

Some of  Arizona's Rural Health Safety Net are among the awardees: Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Willcox, North Country HealthCare, Inc., Winslow, AZ, Mount Graham Regional Medical Center, White Mountain Regional Medical Center.  Click for or a full list of funded projects.