National Community Health Partners
NCHP presented a webinar about HIV and AIDS with regards to A Woman’s Health and Intimate Partner Violence. It was led by R.J. Shannon from the Arizona Department of Health Services. The webinar was recorded and is available for viewing.
Vet Housing Program Strikes a Chord in Pinal County
The Casa Grand Dispatch has recently run two stories featuring the excellent efforts of NCHP personnel working in Pinal and Yuma County to help homeless vets.
NCHP presented a webinar about HIV and AIDS Among Latinos in the United States: An Overview of Epidemiological Trends, Current Research and Prevention Interventions. It was led by Dr. Mercedes Morales-Aleman of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. The webinar was recorded and is available for viewing.
Sonny and May brought their new son— Kevin Green, Jr, home on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
Moving the Greens into their new home is a success story made possible by the VA Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program under a grant administered by NCHP in Yuma County.
El periódico de San Luis (San Luis News), publica reportaje acerca del Programa de Veteranos y sus familias que no tienen hogar, o están en riesgo de perderlo. Norma L. López P. reportera del periódico de San Luis habló con personal de NCHP (por su nombre en inglés) para aprender más sobre nuestro programa que ayuda a veteranos de escasos recursos que necesitan un poco de ayuda extra a salir de una mala racha o para volver a la vida civil, en los condados de Yuma y Pinal.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer honored NCHP for its work with homeless veterans in Yuma and Pinal Counties.
NCHP’s ‘Housing for Heroes’ program works closely with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to find housing and provide other supportive services for homeless veterans, veterans at risk of becoming homeless and their families.
For more information about the program in Yuma and Pinal visit our 'Housing for Heroes' project page.
The Yuma Sun reports on NCHP's Housing for Heroes program in Yuma county. NCHP is also working to find housing for homeless Vets and their families in Pinal county.
Who We Are
Formerly Border Health Foundation (BHF), we recently changed our name to National Community Health Partners (NCHP) to reflect the expansion and scope of our services.
Based in Tucson, Arizona, our organization was founded in 1984 to address the health needs of border populations. Since then we have developed a strong national presence providing education and services to minority and underserved populations in 44 states and two U.S. territories.
We have housed over 70 public health programs and services promoting the health and well-being of individuals and communities across the U.S. It is our goal to improve health outcomes through innovative services and compelling educational programs.
NCHP provides training and technical assistance to community based organizations and health departments serving minority populations at risk for HIV/AIDS. We implement programs that educate teens and parents about sensitive issues related to drugs and alcohol, premature sexual activity, and juvenile delinquency. We provide services addressing substance abuse, tobacco cessation, environmental health, nutrition and positive family relationships.
National Community Health Partners is prepared to assist your organization.
For more details regarding our programs and services please browse through our Projects tab above.