SEAHEC Publishes New Documentary on Winchester Heights

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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. Our model, developed through  our through our Healthy Farms Program, can be adapted by other rural communities that lack public health supporting infrastructure.
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Project Director Needed for a Grant-Funded Food Security Initiative.

Project Director Wanted:
February 2021 – up to a period of 3 years
Winchester Heights Health Organization, Inc. (WHHO) is a young nonprofit, formed to improve the well-being of residents of Winchester Heights, an unincorporated, rural, farm working community in southeast Arizona, 12 miles north of Willcox. We are searching for a Project Director for a grant-funded food security initiative. Continue reading

AHEC Scholars Program Gathers Speed in Arizona, Nationally

2020 AHEC Scholars Mariana Felix & Francisco Javier Romo

“Participating as a “SEAHEC Scholar” was one of the highlights of my graduate experience! I got to do hands-on, real-world work with students from many different health disciplines, as well as SEAHEC staff, local experts, and high school youth. SEAHEC taught us that when different health professions pool their expertise, they can tackle a problem from multiple angles at once – this can be a powerful strategy for improving community health. Health is definitely a team sport, and it was such a privilege to work and learn with this team!”

Micaela de la Rosa, MPH / MPA student, University of Arizona Continue reading