Community health centers have historically been the primary medical home for millions of immigrants in California. Aside from providing medical care, health centers have also become important hubs for communities where patients can access critical ancillary resources and services. However, given the fear and anxiety that many immigrant communities are facing due to the current administration’s immigration policies, many patients are choosing to stop obtaining care from community health centers and, in some cases, dis-enrolling from crucial programs such as Medi-Cal.
In this session, we will focus on crafting effective strategies to communicate the policies, procedures, and protocols outlined in Part 1 of this webinar series to patients, stakeholders, and the community at large.
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