The Town of Warren deeded the historic train station over to the Mount Mooselauke Health Center, Inc. in 1957 and it has been the lifeblood for health care in this rural community ever since. Ammonoosuc Community Health Services became a Federally Qualified Health Center in 1994 and merged with Mt. Mooselaukee Health Center. The historic nature and structural lines of the train station have always made health care delivery at this site a challenge. This no longer poses a challenge. In 2011, the health center received an American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Capital Improvement Program (CIP) grant in the amount of $300,000. The funding allowed for improving and expanding the exam rooms, improving handicap accessibility, securely enclosing the entire building for energy efficiency, bringing the 150 amp electrical service up to 200 amps, and correcting existing structural issues to the roof and foundation. These improvements include a 500 sq. ft. addition on the rear of the building.
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