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NCHP News and Press Releases

Media releases, press coverage, and quick notices related to the work we do at National Community Health Partners.

NCHP looking for volunteers to help complete countywide survey

National Community Health Partners (NCHP) is asking for volunteers to help complete an important survey in Graham, Greenlee and Santa Cruz Counties. The survey is required by HUD and helps determine the distribution of federal funds and develop strategies to help end homelessness.

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NCHP ESGR Patriot Award

National Community Health Partners (NCHP) was recognized by the Arizona Office For Employer Support of The Guard And Reserve, with the ESGR Patriot Award.

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Why Black Lives Matter in HIV/AIDS

For far too many years, actually decades, statistics, and the data have revealed how this epidemic has disproportionately impacted and affected black lives in our country. The pressing question now is how are the lives of black people who are living and dying with HIV and AIDS included in the current discourse?

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Attending Black Life Matters Conference at UA

NCHP is very excited to be attending the Black Life Matters conference hosted by the University of Arizona.

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Blood Donation Stigma

The FDA’s proposed altering of the ban on men who have sex with men (MSM) who want to donate blood continues to create stigma and barriers to MSM and HIV positive persons. Even with the relaxing of the rules and “lifting” of the ban, Stigma still is prevalent in 2015.

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Holiday Blues Webinar

NCHP presented a webinar on Dec. 23, 2014, Holiday Blues: Caring for Others and Ourselves During the Holidays. Led by Crystal Quarry and Dana Hodgdon of Shanti, Orange County. The webinar was recorded and is available for viewing.

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SSVF Program CARF Accredited

NCHP's "Housing for Heroes" SSVF program has been CARF Accredited.

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NCHP December CBA Newsletter Released

The NCHP December Newsletter for the CBA project was sent out at the beginning of the month. It is available for viewing online.

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Aging and HIV Webinar

National Community Health Partners held a webinar on HIV and aging. Presenter Raeanne C. Moore, PhD from the University of California, San Diego provided us with an overview of cognition with regards to HIV & Aging and the results of her recent survey of older HIV positive veterans. The webinar was recorded and is available for viewing.

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World AIDS Day at Club Congress in Tucson

National Community Health Partners joined many organizations from around Tucson for World AIDS Day on Monday, Dec. 1 at the Hotel Congress.

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SSVF Office Space Serves Double-duty Helping Vets Get Back to Work

NCHP provided space for non-carry security guard training. Our clients concluded training for their new jobs and take another step towards financial surety.

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Our 'Littlest Hero' Update

The Green family visited NCHP for the Marine Birthday celebration as they prepare to successfully exit the SSVF program.

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Helping Homeless Vets outside the cities

The Cronkite News mentions NCHP and other organizations in their story about efforts to address veteran homelessness outside of Phoenix and Tucson.

Joe McAdams Joins NCHP Advisory Board

National Community Health Partners is pleased to announce that Joe McAdams will be joining our POZ Advisory Board.  Mr. McAdams is the Prevention Program Manager of AIDS Services of Austin.

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Harm Reduction Webinar

NCHP presented, 'Drug Use, Harm Reduction, and HIP: Strategies for Engaging in HIV Prevention Services,' webinar in October of 2014. It was led by Katie Burk, MPH and Narelle Ellendon, RN of the Harm Reduction Coalition. The webinar was not recorded, but the slides are available for viewing as a .pdf.

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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.

Vital help for vets
Housing for Heroes provides assistance to those who served

Marine leads charge to assist homeless Pinal vets

Webinar: A Woman's Health & Partner Violence

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.

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NCHP's HIV Among Latinos Webinar

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.

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A Little Hero Comes Home

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.

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NCHP Community Mapping Webinar

NCHP presented a webinar about Community Mapping on June 3, 2014 led by Dr. Keith Bletzer. The webinar was recorded and is available for viewing.

A list of references from the webinar is available after the link.

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NCHP helps veterans find homes

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.

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Gov. Brewer honors Tucson non-profit for work with veterans

National Community Health Partners, a 501 (c) 3 organization headquartered in Tucson, was congratulated by Arizona Governor Jan Brewer Wednesday and honored with a Certificate of Recognition for its work with homeless veterans.   Read more

Congressman Gosar to visit NCHP

We at National Community Health Partners are pleased to be receiving U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar on Oct. 18. Congressman Gosar wishes to congratulate Albert Moreno, CEO for National Community Health Partners, on the Supportive Services for Veterans and Families grant award to help fight homelessness among U.S. Veterans.   Read more

NCHP Awarded VA Funding in Veteran's Housing Project

NCHP was awarded funding (potential 3 years) from the Veteran's Administration to work with Veterans and family.   Read more

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day sparks dialogue among African Americans in Tucson

February 7 is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD). Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation and National Community Health Partners are collaborating to bring public awareness in Tucson. This year’s theme is “Our ancestors fought that we might be free – EVEN FROM HIV!”  Read the full press release

National Community Health Partners celebrates Latino AIDS Awareness Day

Together we win! Spread the word – not the virus! NCHP is proud to be a part of the National Latino AIDS Awareness Day! This day, we seek to raise the public awareness of the impact of HIV on the Latino population in the greater Tucson area as well as across America.  Read the full press release

National Community Health Partners Supports Compass Behavioral Health Care's Annual Red Road to Wellbriety Celebration

Promoting Wellness & Healthy Living Among all Native Americans in Pima County! National Community Health Partners was proud to be a part of ‘The Annual Red Road to Wellbriety Celebration' on Saturday, September 22nd, 2012.  Read the full press release

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Main Office - Tucson

3365 N. Campbell Avenue, Suite 141
Tucson, AZ 85719

Toll free number: (877) 749-3727
Local: (520) 795-9756
Fax: (520) 887-0432
E-mail: info@nchponline.org

Yuma County Office

255 W. 24th St., Suite 4
Yuma, AZ 85364

(928) 726-6022
F: (928) 726-2972

Pinal County Office

501 N. Florence St., Suite 101
Casa Grande, AZ 85122

(520) 876-0699
F: (520) 876-0841


E-mail SSVF Program: ssvf@nchponline.org