OUR VISION: SEAHEC As A Hub For Migrant & Border Health Advocacy, Education & Action
With the continued growth in concern for health equity, as well as in the number of asylum seekers and migrants at our Arizona-Sonora border, SEAHEC is building on its vast experience and partnerships with
health organizations, migrant-serving agencies, and academic institutions
to create a hub for advocacy, action-oriented learning, and action.
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OUR VISION FOR CHANGE
As long as health inequality persist, none of us can truly rest.
We collaborate with partners on the Arizona/Mexico border to provide education to and advocate for our underserved communities and populations.
COVID Vaccination & Education within our Arizona Mexico border region is a key area of SEAHEC’s current focus.
We host service learning opportunities focusing on health equity in rural, border, and indigenous communities.
Winchester Heights - A model for Community Empowerment
Our new documentary chronicles SEAHEC’s work over the past decade to create a community health worker driven rural development model. By helping communities build key infrastructure and organizational capacity, we can lower barriers to creating a safe and healthy community for families in low-income, rural communities.
"My Migration Story: A tale of two cities" by Gail Emrick
SEAHEC Executive Director, provides personal testimony on the root causes of migration and insight into what Americans can do about it. Ms. Emrick hopes to reveal “the true complexity of the immigration story,” & the historic, economic, political and social factors “that allow our interconnected worlds to function in a very unjust and untold manner.”