MiVIA™ is a collaborative effort between Community Health Resource & Development Center and several community based partners. Since 2002 these organizations have worked closely to help improve the living and health conditions of mobile and at-risk workers throughout the country.

The following is a list and description of key MiVIA™ partners.


San Joaquin County

California Human Development Corporation, chdcorp.org
California Human Development (CHD) exists to create paths and opportunities for those seeking greater self-sufficiency, independence and dignity through education, training, housing and other services. Our Vision of the Future is that CHD will continue being a human service organization with a "market" focus, its product being quality, highly successful, innovative services that are designed and developed based on customer needs.

Humboldt County

Care Transitions Program, St. Joseph Health System, Stjosepheureka.org 707-445-8121 ext. 5751
The Care Transitions Program with St. Joseph Health System – Humboldt County (SJHS-HC) is designed to coach individuals to become more actively engaged in the management of their healthcare needs and to support the sharing of information across healthcare settings. The success of the program relies on four pillars of action: Medication Self-Management; Development of a Dynamic Personal Health Record; Follow-up visits with Medical Providers; Disease Process Education. SJHS-HC offers this program in support of the strategic goals of promoting Healthy Communities and Perfect Care. Community partners include St. Joseph Hospital, Redwood Memorial Hospital, SJHS-HC Community Resource Centers, Eureka Community Health Center, Mobile Medical Office, Eureka Rescue Mission, the Community Health Alliance and the Humboldt-Del Norte Independent Practice Association.

Community Resource Centers
St. Joseph Hospital and Redwood Memorial Hospital’s Community Resource Centers offer a wide variety of services, classes, support groups, and more to families in our North Coast Community. We provide referral information, health information, and workshops geared toward every member and age group in the community. We are proud to offer these varied services as part of our goal of creating a healthier community for all. Services of the Community Resource Centers are available to all community residents, regardless of age, sex, religious affiliation, economic status, or cultural background.

Call us at any of the following locations:

Eureka – 707-442-5239

Blue Lake – 707-668-5239

Rio Dell – 707-764-5239

Loleta – 707-845-0464

Willow Creek – 530-629-3141

Sonoma County

St. Joseph Health System, stjosephhealth.org 707-547-2149
The mission of St. Joseph Health System Sonoma County (SJHS) is to bring people together to provide compassionate care, promote health improvement, and create healthy communities. SJHS-Sonoma County is comprised of Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Petaluma Valley Hospital, urgent care clinics, community clinics, hospice, trauma service and a Community Benefit Department. Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital Community Benefit Department sponsors and houses the St. Joseph Community Health Clinics and Programs. St. Joseph Health System Sonoma County's Community Health Clinics and Programs provide compassionate care; prevention focused strategies, and promotes health improvement by reaching directly into the community to serve low-income and under-served persons. These programs include children’s dental clinic, mobile medical and dental clinics, Promotores de Salud and seniors programs.

Community Health Resource & Development Center (CHRDC), (707) 935-4880
The mission of Community Health Resource & Development Center (CHRDC) is to enhance health outcomes of under-served populations by providing technical assistance to strengthen organizations serving the uninsured, underinsured and Medicaid populations. Founded in 1996 as a 501 (c) 3 not for profit, CHRDC expanded its mission in 2002 to include the development and implementation of new technologies to improve lives. In 2002 CHRDC was awarded a grant from the Rural Community Assistance Corporation and the California Endowment under their Agricultural Worker Health & Housing Program to customize the FollowMe software application specifically for migrant farm workers in Sonoma Valley, California. The MiVIA™ project was developed with input from medical and service providers as well as migrant and settled agricultural workers in the Sonoma Valley.

Kern County

Delano Women’s Medical Clinic and Wasco Medical Plaza, drmc.com
Delano Women’s Medical Clinic and Wasco Medical Plaza are clinic services provided by Delano Regional Medical Center in Kern County, California. Delano Regional Medical Center (DRMC) is known throughout California and beyond as an innovative regional hospital, deeply rooted in the local communities and committed to providing an exceptional patient experience.

A full-service, community and regional teaching hospital, DRMC is a nonprofit, acute-care facility serving a region of 10 rural central California towns. With over 100 physicians on our active medical staff and additional courtesy or consulting physicians, patients are assured of receiving high-quality care in multiple specialties. Our physicians are skilled in the most advanced procedures and technology, and provide personalized patient care in a warm and caring environment.


Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital Mobile Health Unit, providence.org 541-387-6318
The Providence Mobile Health Unit provides quality health care services to the most vulnerable people in our community, the uninsured and underserved Hood River County Residents.

Providence Hood River’s Mobile Health Unit (MHU) project was developed from the results of a countywide community needs survey Providence Hood River conducted in the fall of 2004. The most pressing need the survey pointed to was access to healthcare for over 30% of the county’s residents. They either did not know how to get basic health care or didn’t think they could afford it. “Many had little or no insurance, others had no transportation and others did not know how to access primary health care,” said hospital’s mission integration and spiritual care director, Gary Young. “We decided that if people couldn’t get to the care they need, Providence needed to take health care to them.”

The Mobile Medical Unit received the highly prized Providence 2006 Mission Leadership Award. It is given to Providence programs that make a pay special attention to poor and vulnerable members of the community. The award was presented to Hood River’s “Mission in Motion” team at Providence Health & Services’ annual leadership conference at Skamania Lodge in April 2007.

North Carolina

Pender County Public Health Department, Migrant Health Clinic www.Penderhealthdept.com
The Migrant Health Clinic (MHC) promotes access to after hours health and dental care to Migrant and Seasonal farm workers by providing services at the camp sites and referrals for dental and acute care. Services include physical examinations for adults; screenings for breast and cervical cancer, cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, and screening for testicular and prostate cancer. Also provided are STD/HIV testing and counseling.

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