Health and Safety are Basic Human Rights. Undocumented Californians also have the Legal Right to use Public Services to Protect all Health & Safety. 

For decades, community health centers (CHCs) have been the safety net providers for underserved and low income communities, while also serving as active advocates for their patients’ healthcare rights. This is especially true now that our immigrant patients and communities are facing extreme fears of deportation under the new administration. In response, health centers have been looking for resources and technical assistance to help them create a safer environment for their immigrant patients and staff.

We invite you to Join our National Health Center Immigration Workgroup (NHCIW) to receive updates on policy changes impacting immigrant communities and share resources with out of state PCAs and Health Centers. 

You may access resources and technical assistance, including sample policies and procedures, FAQs, and recorded webinars by visiting the sections below.

For questions, please contact Liz Oseguera, Associate Director of Policy, at loseguera@cpca.org or (916) 440-8170, or Puneet Purewal, Policy Analyst, at ppurewal@cpca.org.

COVID-19 RESOURCES FOR IMMIGRANTS


PUBLIC CHARGE RESOURCES

Visit www.KeepYourBenefitsCA.org or TEXT the word ‘benefits’ to (650) 376-8006
Visita www.KeepYourBenefitsCA.org/es/na/  o Envíe un texto con la palabra "LIBRE" al (650) 376-8006


PROTECTING IMMIGRANTS FROM ICE ENFORCEMENT


DACA & SUPPORTING UNDOCUMENTED INDIVIDUALS
Learn more about how to support undocumented immigrants apply for DACA or access other resources including health care and education services.