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Global 505: Health Impact Assessment

First and foremost, we would like to thank the mothers, fathers, grandparents, aunties, uncles, youth, children, and other community members from all over the world who came together to break bread with on another and share their wisdom and experiences of living within Albuquerque. You have gifted us with your courage and your time in […]

NMAFC FY14 Report

New Mexico Asian Family Center provided support to help clients quit their addiction to tobacco, including identifying people who use tobacco, brief interventions including advice to quit, and referral to services. The California Asian Language Quit Line is one important resource for services which provides immediate access to live tobacco cessation services in Chinese (Cantonese […]

Factsheet: Immigrant Healthcare

Many immigrant families can get healthcare coverage for no cost or low cost! On January 1, 2014, the public healthcare program called Medicaid became available to more families and low wage workers. The Health Insurance Exchange is a marketplace to buy discounted health insurance with financial help from the federal government.