Mission: To best meet and serve the needs of the farmworker population.

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AACHC strives to promote and facilitate the development and delivery of affordable and accessible community-oriented, high quality, culturally effective primary healthcare for everyone in the state of Arizona through advocacy, education, and technical assistance.
PPEP, Inc. was founded by Dr. John David Arnold aboard a 1957 Chevy bus named “La Tortuga (tortoise)” with a $19,000 grant from the Tucson Committee for Economic Opportunity on August 24, 1967. Its mission was to “improve the quality of rural life.” Four decades later PPEP remains dedicated to carrying out the dreams of its first Bracero migrant farm workers students for a better way of life.
Participating Organizations:

Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers
Arizona Department of Agriculture
Arizona Department of Economic Security
Community Legal Services
Migrant Education
PPEP, Inc.

Board of Directors:

Fernando Quiroz, Board President
Maria J. Silva, Board Vice-President
Lisa A. Nieri, Board Treasurer
Ernesto Lugo, Board Secretary

John D. Arnold
Iris Castaneda
Maria V. Chavez
Miguel A. Garcia
Miguel Ramos
Karina Salcedo
Rosa I. Varela