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Raul Ruiz (D-CA36)

Tax Staffer: Andrew Geibel, [email protected] (Updated: 05/11/2022)

NMTC Site Visits

Rep. Ruiz delivered remarks at the grand opening of the Desert Hot Springs Community Health and Wellness Center

January 14, 2013 “I am proud to support this new facility, which will expand access to comprehensive health and wellness services for thousands of people in and around the Desert Hot Springs community,” said Rep. Ruiz. “As a doctor who has worked extensively in underserved areas across the Coachella Valley, I have seen firsthand the vital role that community health centers play in providing essential, affordable health services to our local families. The Desert Hot Springs Community Health and Wellness Center is a great example of what we can achieve as a community to improve health care access through

Testimonials

I have been working with NMTCs since 2014 and have personally seen how this critical financing tool has helped organizations begin new businesses, stabilize struggling existing businesses, and create opportunity and jobs when and where the challenges were the most formidable. The projects I have worked with in rural and urban areas have genuinely helped people from low-income communities and have made real, durable impacts in closing the income inequality gap that is pervasive.

-David Cohan, PeaksCo, LLC, Palm Springs, California

The NMTC means a great deal to our organization and the communities we serve. We have over 35 years developing affordable housing for our working families, farm workers, migrant farm workers, seniors, and veterans. This credit has allowed organizations like CVHC to continue providing the American Dream of homeownership to thousand of individuals and families who could not otherwise have a roof over their heads. Therefore, the Coachella Valley Housing Coalition is proud to join others in urging Congress to provide a permanent extension and expansion of the New Markets Tax Credit.

-Javier Lopez, Director of Community Relations, Coachella Valley Housing Coalition (CVHC), Indio, California

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District Highlights

6

projects

$59,171,824

NMTC allocation

$134,245,826

total project financing

599

FTE jobs

998

construction jobs

Federally Qualified Health Centers

Through 2021, the NMTC has supported 2 FQHCs in the district.

NMTC Project Profiles (Inside the District)

State Fact Sheet