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Advocacy and Community Information: Migration
Migrant Health Promotion
Migrant Health Promotion is committed to strengthening the capacity of farmworker families and their communities to improve their health through collaborative peer education and advocacy.
Mobile Voices (VozMob) is a platform for immigrant workers and / or low income can create stories about their lives and communities directly from their mobile phones. Each week the team discusses popular media stories, develops and shares knowledge, designs the system, and creates training tools. The communication equipment is made popular by day laborers, domestic workers, and youth volunteers have taken very seriously the role of writing their own history. We also meet every week at USC to develop research on the project.
College Assistance Migrant Program
CAMP assists students who are migratory or seasonal farmworkers (or children of such workers) enrolled in their first year of undergraduate studies at an institution of higher education. To find a university go to the link and download the directory. Office of Migrant Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW FOB-6 Washington, D.C. 20202-6135 Phone:(202)260-1164
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project
Provides and promotes continuity of Head Start services to migrant children and their families along the East Coast of the United States. Great links! 4245 North Fairfax Drive, 8th Floor, Arlington, VA 22203, Telephone: 703-243-7522
Works to empower migrant and seasonal farmworkers to improve their living and working conditions, immigration status, health, occupational safety, and access to justice. Works with farmworkers and their families to reduce and eliminate their exposures to pesticides.
Harvest of Hope Fountation
Established in 1997 as the only national foundation to raise funds exclusively for migrant farmworker individuals and families. Phone: 1-888-922 -4673
Health Protection Agency
The Health Protection Agency's role is to provide an integrated approach to protecting UK public health through the provision of support and advice to the NHS, local authorities, emergency services, other arms length bodies, the Department of Health and the devolved administrations.
HEP: High School Equivalency Program
(HEP) helps migratory and seasonal farmworkers (or children of such workers) who are 16 years of age or older and not currently enrolled in school to obtain the equivalent of a high school diploma and subsequently to gain employment or begin postsecondary education or training. To find a university go to the link and download the directory. Office of Migrant Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Avenue, SW FOB-6 Washington, D.C. 20202-6135 Phone:(202)260-1164
Migrant Health Referral Directory
Order it by calling NCFH, Inc. at 1-800-531-5120
Migrant Services Directory of Organizations and Resources
Provides summaries and contact information for major Federal programs and national organizations that serve migrant farmworkers and their families. It can be used as a tool for increasing coordination among programs and organizations that serve the same client population. This resource was created in 2003 and there have been no updates since then. Some of the information may be out-of-date, but the majority is still useful information for those seeking resources for migrant and seasonal farmworkers.
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