Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc. - Global Impact

Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc.

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Under the banner of “Health for All” we serve 30,000+ patients annually throughout 6200 square mile of US / Mexico borderlands of Cochise County.

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  • Title: Wellness Checks for Migrant Workers
  • Charity: Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc.
  • Country: United States of America
  • Photo Credit: Cathy Murphy / CCHCI

  • Title: Healthcare Along the U.S.-Mexico Border
  • Charity: Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc.
  • Country: United States of America
  • Photo Credit: Jane Montgomery / CCHCI

CCHCI Community Health Worker coordinates a visit to the fields to offer routine health care to migrant agricultural workers in a rural area close to Willcox, AZ.

  • Title: COVID-19 Tests for Arizona Students
  • Charity: Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc.
  • Country: United States of America
  • Photo Credit: Omar Ornelas / CCHCI

Dr. Karina Bechtold administers a Covid-19 test to a student who is visiting the weekly CCHCI student clinic at the High School in Douglas, AZ.


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Wellness Checks for Migrant Workers
Felix Bravo, known to all in his unique and tight-knit Arizona border community as “Don” Bravo, is a man of few words. The “Don” prefers to sit quietly and watch as the youngsters enjoy a special retirement party in the sparse but brightly decorated community center that the people here raised funds to build more than a decade ago. Bravo is in his late 90s and has worked all his life in agriculture, in the fertile and sun-baked fields of south-eastern Arizona. The crops here are plentiful – avocados, tomatoes, chili seeds – and while many people don’t think of Arizona as a place of family farms, more than $23.5 billion a year in agricultural products are grown here and Arizona exports food to more than 70 countries around the world. The settlement known as Winchester Heights, located in Cochise County, has emerged as a backbone of this important industry…