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SEAHEC Publishes New Documentary on Winchester Heights

February, 9th, 2021|

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. LEARN MORE

SEAHEC Receives NAO “Excellence for Community Programs” Award

October, 3rd, 2020|

The National AHEC Organization (NAO) has awarded SEAHEC with the Center of Excellence for Community Programs for our work with the Winchester Heights community in northern Cochise County. NAO recognized SEAHEC for our unique model of community development that incorporates training for health professions students into a community health worker driven model for improving LEARN MORE

Local Employer Supports Winchester Heights Community Center

March, 27th, 2020|

Last year, NatureSweet, a tomato grower in the Winchester Heights area that employs a large number of Winchester Heights residents, contacted SEAHEC to find out what they could do to help promote the sustainability of the Winchester Heights Community Center. We came to a mutual agreement that NatureSweet would pay the center's electric bill. Since LEARN MORE

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