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Intermountain Healthcare donated $1 million to Shelter the Homless' Home4Change campaign.

SALT LAKE CITY — Intermountain Healthcare recently donated $1 million to Shelter the Homless' Home4Change campaign.

The campaign is gathering money for three new homeless resource centers spread across Salt Lake City. The Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Foundation is matching the donations with a $10 million grant, according to a news release from Shelter the Homeless officials.

So far, donations matched by the Miller Family Foundation equal more than $4 million, the release states.

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"Housing stability is a key determinant for both physical and mental health. Intermountain’s donation will help facilitate access to health services and improve quality of life to those individuals receiving services in the new resource centers," Preston Cochrane, Shelter the Homeless executive director, said in the release.

Mikelle Moore, senior vice president of community health at Intermountain, said that "we hope to support community organizations that improve prevention, detection, and management of chronic diseases, including those experiencing homelessness that will be served by the partners of Shelter the Homeless, who are even more vulnerable to these conditions."