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Film on Migration selected to Premiere at the APHA 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia

In this documentary, SEAHEC Executive Director, Gail Emrick, gives her personal testimony on the root causes of migration and provides insight into what Americans can do about it. Through telling her personal experience, Ms. Emrick hopes to reveal “the true complexity of the immigration story,” and the historic, economic, political and social factors “that allow LEARN MORE

SEAHEC Migrant Health efforts & impact grow: with funding from CDC Foundation and Pima County Health Department

  With the growing number of migrant and asylum seekers arriving at the U.S. Mexico border in recent years, SEAHEC and its close partners Casa Alitas / Catholic Community Services in Tucson AZ, conceptualized a local and sustainable response to meeting migrant health needs in our border region. Utilizing funds made available through the American LEARN MORE

Santa Cruz County Overcoming Substance Addiction Consortium (SOSA)

In 2019, the Santa Cruz County Overcoming Substance Addiction Consortium (SOSA) initiated a network of organizations to engage in treatment, recovery, and awareness around psychostimulants, and substance use disorders, SUD to reduce stigma and heal the community.  The stigma behind mental health issues and substance use is high in both rural and border communities, due LEARN MORE