“I think the most beneficial thing about AHEC Scholars is that you can learn in depth topics and not just a simple overview. You can apply this information to your job and in your community. ~Sunflower Huskie
The Native American Nursing Pipeline project is funded by the Telligen Community Initiative. Our hope is that we can inspire and increase the number of Native American nurses who deliver health care services.
Connect with Food, Culture, and Health on our Indigenous Food Resource Page
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The Indigenous Peer Recovery program is a safe space for those in substance abuse recovery or seeking recovery.
“SWCAHEC provides resources to learn about different healthcare careers and what kind of education you need. Learn more.
“I learned important knowledge from the AHEC Scholars Program; both the modules and the learning collaboratives gave me the skills needed to work for Navajo Nation during COVID-19.” ~ Rexine Williams
Southwestern Colorado Area Health Education Center (SWCAHEC) is a non-profit organization that strives to improve rural health in the eight SW counties of Colorado. SWCAHEC has a strong emphasis on supporting rural primary care, community health, and on developing a pipeline of students who will eventually be our region’s health professionals.