The year is 2017. In the basement of a local church in Tucson, Arizona, I helped a woman from Nebaj, Guatemala, try on a blue sweater—among clothes donated by church members. She had worn the same clothes (a magenta-colored sweatshirt and polyester pants, both now dirty and tattered) for over two weeks during her journey north.
SEAHEC was among the sponsors of the fourth annual Arizona Rural Health Association (AzRHA) youth leadership conference this year which was "the largest, most popular, and most successful held to date," according to Alison Hughes, co-founder of the University of Arizona's Center for Rural Health. Ninety eight youth participated in the conference, which gives Arizona's LEARN MORE