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Prevention and Health Promotion among Vulnerable Populations on the U.S.-México Border: Synthesis Report

Summarizes the findings from six regional United States–Mexico Border Health Commission stakeholder planning meetings organized by the New Mexico Department of Health Office of Border Health and the California Department of Public Health Office of Binational Border Health. The objective of these meetings was to collect information from agencies and organizations that provide health and human services, and/or advocate for improving access to these services for at risk populations on the U.S. side of the U.S.–Mexico border region.
United States-México Border Health Commission
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Access · Community health workers · Hispanic or Latino · Networking and collaboration · Policy · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Arizona · California · New Mexico · Texas