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Anuncio de la Misión y Visión actualizadas de MCN

Desde 1984, la Red de Proveedores de Servicios de Salud para Migrantes (MCN por sus siglas en inglés), ha trabajado incansablemente en la construcción de soluciones prácticas en la intersección entre vulnerabilidad, migración y salud –y estamos listos para los siguientes 35 años. Para conmemorar nuestro año de aniversario y celebrar el trabajo importante por venir, hemos actualizado nuestra misión y nuestra visión.

Helping the Helpers: Tools for Trauma and Self-Care in the Wake of the Camp Fire

People stand on ridge holding hands with sun above
[Photo by Karl Hoffmann]

From Streamline: How Three Communities in Puerto Rico Mobilized to Prepare for the Next Big Disaster

CSM went door-to-door checking on their patients after Hurricane Maria.
CSM went door-to-door checking on their patients after Hurricane Maria.

“Building the Plane Mid-Air”: A Local Perspective, A Year After the Camp Fire

A photo of Molly Jolliff

By Molly Jolliff

Rosa, A Child with Symptoms of Psychosis, Was In Detention. Medical Review for Immigrants Helped Her Get Out, and Into Emergency Care.

Movilización Comunitaria en Puerto Rico: Sesión Plenaria en el "East Coast Migrant Stream Forum"

Marysel Pagán Santana speaks with panel at East Coast Stream Forum

Por Marysel Pagan Santana

Embarazadas y sin atención médica: Dr. Adrian Billings sobre la nueva regla de cargos públicos.

Project Catalyst: Evidence-Based IPV and Trafficking Engagement

One Doctor’s Path to Serve Asylum Seekers: “Seeking safety and asylum in the United States should not result in inhumane, dangerous incarceration”

Asylum seekers in an overcrowded detention center
[Overcrowding of families observed by the Office of the Inspector General on June 10, 2019, at Border Patrol’s McAllen, TX, Station.]

Perspective from the Border: Mike Seifert

Mike Seifert points at lists of names of those waiting to be called to cross border legally
[Mike Seifert looks at list of names of immigrants waiting to cross the border.]

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