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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 Some of the information may be out-of-date, but the majority is still useful information for those seeking resources for migrant and seasonal farmworkers.
- Migrantdirectory.pdf( 7,160.61 Kb )
Occupational Health and Safety Virtual Resource Center
PhotoVoice, Housing in Quincy, Washington. A photo-research projet by Quincy Community health Center and Washington State University.
Young health promotoras and promotores are equiped with cameras to document issues of importance in the community. In this PhotoVoice housing for the homeless is discussed.
Radio México Internacional / Mexico international radio
Through radiomexicointernacional, listen to unique programming to meet and know about Mexico. www.radiomexicointernacional.imer.gob.mx transmits content on a wide variety of topics in Spanish, English and French, and some Indian languages. With rich programming topics, languages and Mexican music, resurfaces Radio Mexico International, now via internet.