Consisting of three joined buildings - Sanders (built in 1931), Stearns (built in 1970), and MacConnell (built in 1997), Sullivan County Health Care (SCHC) is a long term care and physical rehabilitation center that is home to over 150 residents. SCHC's renovation and revitalization is the largest undertaking of Sullivan County's Capital Improvement Plan.
The $75M project is funded by a variety of sources including 45% of the total from forgivable loans or awards from the State of New Hampshire and the federal government. Other reserves including the County's Capital Reserve Fund and ARPA fund will be used to fund the project. The Sullivan County Delegation has authorized bonds up to $35M for the remainder of the project.