Health issues transcend geographic boundaries. Dealing with disease and promoting healthy living in the border region requires line-crossing partnerships. SEAHEC works to enhance the well-being of people living in Southeastern Arizona’s US-Mexico border region by collaborating with communities to enhance prevention and care. Our Border/Binational program hosts the The Arizona Border Communities Health Network/Binational Health Council of Ambos Nogales The Arizona Border Communities Health Network/Binational Health Council of Ambos Nogales.
SEAHEC Intern, Jenni Adams, brought home a ribbon last week for her presentation on SEAHEC’s work with Sonoran promotoras (community health workers) from Molino de Camou, Sonora, México, a small community located on the Rio Sonora northeast of Hermosillo. Continue reading
“…we all need to be open-minded with one another, perhaps the situation we are going through is the same situation our parents faced,”
“I loved the program. I thank you for the opportunity you give in order to understand our kids.” Continue reading
“All I wanted to do was make it better for the next generation.” Dr. Alfred Quiñones-Hinojosa, who came to the US as a migrant farm worker, and fulfilled his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon/oncologist. Now he mentors youth who would be physicians. Continue reading