This year we celebrated 40 years of service in Migrant Health, and we look forward to continuing work that champions increased access to care for US agricultural workers in 2016.
In reflecting on 2015, the brief list below represents a few instances where NCFH appeared in the news.
"Small clusters of workers moving quickly over vast rural swaths of sparsely-populated prairie and are difficult – and expensive – to reach, said Bobbi Ryder, CEO of the National Center for Farmworker Health."
- "Mobile Health Clinics Provide Health Services to Ag Workers," The Prairie Star
Want to help us celebrate 2015 through a contribution? Consider donating to our Call for Health Program, a national patient navigation system that promotes health and well-being for ag worker families through bilingual educational publications and is a national call line that responds to questions on accessing local health care resources for agricultural workers.
The National Center for Farmworker Health
Improving health care access for one of America's most vulnerable populations