LANSING – State Representative Aaron Miller received the Legislative Advocacy Award by the School-Community Health Alliance of Michigan.
The award goes to the legislator who best exemplifies hard work and dedication toward supporting child and adolescent health centers in Michigan.
Miller was selected, in part, for his efforts in shepherding Senate Bill 149 through the Michigan House as part of a budget supplemental last fall. Miller is a consistent advocate for both community resources in schools and health centers and has demonstrated a particular commitment to ensuring that rural communities have health services.
The School-Community Health Alliance of Michigan supports over 124 child and adolescent health centers around the State. The centers help kids learn and stay in school by providing primary care, mental health and dental services to children in need.
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