MCN offers invaluable support to the clinicians who care for the most vulnerable and marginalized families in our country. These families provide critical services to our nation and without their presence, many of us would not have food and other comforts we consider privileges. Please support MCN in their important work. Vicki Thuesen, FNP
Migrant Clinicans Network is a stellar non-profit, connecting migrants with continuing healthcare. Their research has helped move policies forward and deepen the understanding of issues, helping to find solutions for workers and migrants nationally and internationally.
Great group that makes and disseminates invaluable materials, especially with regards to key health and legal challenges affecting the community. Very fast and effective responses and collegial staff.
MCN is a mission-driven organization with unique resources for a vulnerable population of migrant farm-workers.
As a nurse who works with migrant farmworkers in some of New England's dairies I find MCN to be an invaluable resource.
I’m a family doc at a community clinic, and while I don’t treat many migrants, MCN’s work and the experience they share on their newsletter informs and improves my care of my patients.
MCN has a focused mission, is well respected in the field, and is efficient and effective with its use of resources. The staff are experienced, compassionate and articulate. Its current work advocating for addressing of medical needs of immigration detainees fills an important gap.
Migrant Clinicians Network is a great organization that connects migrants with continuing medical services, regardless of their migration patterns or industry. Their efforts to advance worker health and protections has helped move legislation forward and created the space for empowerment in communities around the US and abroad. Thanks for your work, MCN!
I'm interning with MCN this semester and I have learned so much in very short time period. This organization is made up by a group of incredible, talented and passionate people who are dedicated to their clients, and their work.
My Community Health Center (Salud Family Health Centers, Ft. Lupton CO) has been involved with MCN since its inception. The work that they do is vitally important for the health & well-being of the underserved migrant & agricultural farm workers.
MCN is an incredible organization. They provide essential resources for the mobile poor, which help ensure access and continuity of care for patients who would otherwise be left behind.
As a clinician working in healthcare for agricultural/migrant workers, I find the MCN a very valuable resource for culturally relevant health care advice and education.
I work with the Migrant Education Program in our school district and I truly appreciate all that you do and hope you can continue supporting migrant workers and their families. I go out and recruit migrant families in our district to offer supportive services, like daycare services, school registration assistance, translating etc. and being able to provide health information that is available through your website has been very helpful.
Thanks for all you do,
MCN provides great (and important) educational information for health professionals and Community Health Workers nationwide. They address many important issues facing migrant communities as well as other underserved populations/communities.
MCN is an organization of passionate, talented, committed people who coordinate to serve the clinicians throughout the US who provide safety net care. They identify and tackle problems and get results. The TBNet program that functions across the globe and achieves medication completion rates equal to those in the US; Hombres Unidos engages men to help end domestic violence; and a rich series of programs aims to reduce pesticide exposure and prevent injuries among low-wage, high risk working populations, among other programs.
I volunteer with Migrant Clinicians Network, and I have been very impressed with the idealism and dedication of all staff members.
Migrant Clinicians Network goes over and beyond the call of duty to bring quality healthcare to a population that often has nobody else to look out for them. We have collaborated on a project that could not have happened without MCNI's gracious, barely compensated, participation.