NCHP Program Vault
National Community Health Partners is home to over 80 Federal, State, and Local programs. NCHP has been and continues to be involved in a wide spectrum of projects to address the health disparities among underserved and minority populations.
The Best is Yet to Come
SSG Parker Gordon Fox Suicide Prevention Grant Program in partnership with the Department of Veteran Affairs to provide Veteran Suicide Prevention in Yuma County, Arizona.
Housing for Heroes
A CARF accredited SSVF program in Southern Arizona, helping Veterans experiencing homelessness acquire sustainable housing. Offices are located in Yuma, Pinal, and Maricopa counties.
Funded through the Health Resources and Services Administration, this program was funded to provide prevention and education information, as well as vaccinations to residents on the Arizona-Mexico Border and Colonias.
Border Health Infrastructure Initiative
NCHP helped implement the Dr. Andy Nichols' Border Health Infrastructure Initiative. The Initiative expanded access to medical services to the most vulnerable populations along the U.S.-Mexico border.
NCHP has worked on multiple programs surrounding teen pregnancy, including partnerships with the Administration for Children, Youth and Families, the Arizona Department of Health Services, Centers for Substance Abuse Prevention, and more. For a full list, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food & Nutrition
Funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, The NCHP Food Pantry distributed over 96 tons of food annually and conducted classes in nutrition, including healthy eating practices and how to cook inexpensive, healthy meals.
NCHP has been working on the U.S.-Mexico border since its inception in 1984 conducting capacity building services nationally with organizations that work with migrant populations with funding from Centers for Disease Control (CDC). NCHP adapted an evidence-based intervention to improve HIV/AIDS prevention services for migrants; this adaptation is currently being reviewed by CDC to determine best practice eligibility.
Substance Abuse Prevention
NCHP has extensive knowledge and experience in substance abuse prevention, having worked with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) multiple times and the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) on various programs.
NCHP has extensive experience in providing education regarding the health impact of pesticide exposure, lead poisoning, and unsafe drinking water. With past projects in collaboration with Housing and Urban Development, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Arizona Department of Health Services, the Centers for Disease Control.
NCHP has done multiple programs on Tobacco Cessation, including working with the the Yuma County Health Department in Arizona and Legacy Foundation.