Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (MSAW)
CCCHC’s MSAW Program has been in existence since 2010. Providing services to agricultural workers through our clinic’s located in four counties; Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino. We also render services through our Medical Mobile Program. Our objective is to provide primary and preventive medical care, oral health, mental health, and substance abuse services to underserved, uninsured, and low-income agricultural workers. The MSAW population can be described as economically, socially, culturally and medically disadvantaged and faces unique challenges. In recognizing such challenges our Mobile Medical Program travels to nearby areas where MSAW patients work and live and can be treated in a culturally relevant manner.
Who qualifies for the MSAW Program: Someone who in the last 2 years has worked in any type of agricultural field, such as; aquaculture, forestry, nursery, preparing, irrigating, spraying, planting, and/or picking fields.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) 330 Migrant Health and Community Health
Mobile Medical Site Locations:
Below is a list of locations which allows CCCHC Community Programs a dedicated space for our mobile units to provide medical care.
Edison Elementary in Anaheim
Salk Elementary in Anaheim
Pyles Elementary in Anaheim
Ponderosa Family Resource Center in Anaheim
Almond Elementary in Fontana
Fujishige Farms in Irvine
Delhi Resource Center in Santa Ana
Corbin Family Resource Center in Santa Ana
The Friendly Center in Orange
El Modena Resource Center in Orange
Perris Family Apartments
Mexican Consulate in San Bernardino
Migrant Education in Indio
The Valley Missionary in Coachella
Galilee Center in Coachella