3107, 2023

SEAHEC Migrant Health efforts & impact grow: with funding from CDC Foundation and Pima County Health Department

July, 31st, 2023|

  With the growing number of migrant and asylum seekers arriving at the U.S. Mexico border in recent years, SEAHEC and its close partners Casa Alitas / Catholic Community Services in Tucson AZ, conceptualized a local and sustainable response to LEARN MORE

2701, 2023

Project Between Us/ Entre Nosotros: Community Health Workers Improving Rural Communities Mental and Behavioral Health

January, 27th, 2023|

SEAHEC is happy to announce that its project Between Us/ Entre Nosotros will address the shortage of mental health care professionals serving rural border and migrant Latino/ Hispanic communities of Southern Arizona through the utilization and strengthening of our community LEARN MORE

2112, 2022