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SEAHEC Border & Migrant Service Learning: Enhancing Border Community Health & Knowledge for the Nurses of Tomorrow

SEAHEC has provided support to thousands of students during their clinical and community rotations throughout our border region. In partnership with academic institutions, we have designed Interprofessional service-learning courses and field experiences that focus on emerging and chronic health needs of the most vulnerable populations: migrants, farmworkers, and indigenous communities. SEAHEC service-learning takes place LEARN MORE

SEAHEC & Partners increase COVID Vaccination among Latino community in Southern Arizona

With Funds from US Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership In February, 2022 SEAHEC signed three agreements with the US Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership (BPP), one each to collaborate respectively with Mexican Consulates’ Ventanilla de Salud programs in Nogales, Douglas and Phoenix. This has allowed SEAHEC to work with partners to: 1. Inform Hispanic, Latino and undocumented LEARN MORE

Immigration 360° Podcast

SEAHEC MPH Intern, Victoria Lanza Immigration 360° SEAHEC MPH Intern, Victoria Lanza, developed this summer while conducting her field practicum from Columbia University School of Public Health, with SEAHEC here in Nogales. Immigration 360° is an 8-part podcast series that discusses immigration occurring at the Arizona/Mexico border from various perspectives. The purpose LEARN MORE

SEAHEC community health workers reach out to elders with COVID education & support.

Through a recent subcontract from the Southeastern Arizona Governments Organization Area Agency on Aging, SEAGO, Department of Economic Security, Division of Adult and Aging Services DES-DAAS, the local Nogales nonprofit, SEAHEC – the Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center – is working to provide elders with information and support. In a special effort to LEARN MORE

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