At this time, SEAHEC is not holding or participating in face to face meetings or gatherings, but we are holding meetings via phone or electronically.
While working remotely, you may contact us at our respective work emails:
Gail Emrick Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzanne David email@example.com
To contact other members of the SEAHEC team, please visit our staff page: https://www.seahec.org/about-us/our_staff/ Continue reading
In Winchester Heights, SEAHEC’s trained Promotores de Salud, or Community Health Workers (CHWs), set out in January 2020 to teach community members about the risks and causes associated with asthma as well as strategies for prevention. The lesson was created for the particular context of Winchester Heights and its dominant Mexican-American culture and is part of SEAHEC’s “Agua Limpia” project, funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Justice grant program. Continue reading
The community center at Winchester Heights has hosted an exceptional amount of community activity since its inauguration in August, 2018. Residents have built a soccer league, held health and school events conducted fundraising and training events, but now people are ready to take a major step toward independence. Recently, PBS News Hour covered the Healthy Farms team’s activities in Winchester Heights. Continue reading
Initiating in 1992, the EMS on the Border conference provides an opportunity for emergency medical personnel including EMTs, Paramedics, ED nurses and others, to earn continuing education credits, while learning about state of the art practice and skills in their field. Continue reading