Building on Progress
“I want to build on the health care progress we’ve made in New York. We’ll do more to bring down health care costs for families, expand access to critical services, and make sure every woman in New York has the help they need to live long, healthy lives.”
— Kemp Hannon
Breast Cancer Prevention
Kemp Hannon secured over $4.5 million in new state funding for breast cancer prevention and education along with prenatal and postpartum services.
Secured $64 million in funding for cancer services, maternal and child health programs, and a nutritional information program for women, infants, and children,
Adelphi University Cancer support center
Kemp Hannon secured more than a quarter million dollars for the Adelphi Breast Cancer Program in our district, a program that has saved thousands of lives.
Families affected by OpioIds
Kemp Hannon secured $1.35 million for programs supporting mothers and infants affected by opioid and other addictions