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710, 2022

Enhancing Health Education Beyond Borders: Community Health Workers in Action at Kino Border Initiatives

October, 7th, 2022|

In service to our partner and neighbor organization Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Sonora, SEAHEC has developed monthly health education sessions. Initiating in February 2021, our Community Health Workers (CHWs) provide health education to migrants in Spanish and health education LEARN MORE

710, 2022

SEAHEC Receives Funding from Pima County Health Department to Improve Migrant Health Services

October, 7th, 2022|

On October 5th, SEAHEC will launch a new program, in partnership with Casa Alitas/Catholic Community Services of Tucson, with funding from the Pima County Health Department.  CHAMPS – SEAHEC’s Casa Alitas Migrant Health Program will provide culturally respectful and LEARN MORE

908, 2022

SEAHEC Border & Migrant Service Learning: Enhancing Border Community Health & Knowledge for the Nurses of Tomorrow

August, 9th, 2022|

SEAHEC has provided support to thousands of students during their clinical and community rotations throughout our border region. In partnership with academic institutions, we have designed Interprofessional service-learning courses and field experiences that focus on emerging and chronic health LEARN MORE

2507, 2022

SEAHEC & Partners increase COVID Vaccination among Latino community in Southern Arizona

July, 25th, 2022|

With Funds from US Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership In February, 2022 SEAHEC signed three agreements with the US Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership (BPP), one each to collaborate respectively with Mexican Consulates’ Ventanilla de Salud programs in Nogales, Douglas and Phoenix. LEARN MORE

1611, 2021

SEAHEC community health workers reach out to elders with COVID education & support.

November, 16th, 2021|

Through a recent subcontract from the Southeastern Arizona Governments Organization Area Agency on Aging, SEAGO, Department of Economic Security, Division of Adult and Aging Services DES-DAAS, the local Nogales nonprofit, SEAHEC – the Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center LEARN MORE

2701, 2021

Project Director Needed for a Grant-Funded Food Security Initiative.

January, 27th, 2021|

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.