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CPLC is the only community development corporation in Arizona that offers extensive services in both urban and rural areas. Its service delivery system is expansive enough to effectively reach thousands of low-income people. In its perpetual drive to provide needed services, CPLC continually assesses the needs of its communities throughout Arizona. The results of these assessments inform CPLC’s planning process for development of programs and services that will address the needs of its constituents, regardless of ethnicity, gender, age, or creed.

Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) includes Maricopa Medical Center, the Arizona Burn Center, the Comprehensive Healthcare Center, the McDowell Healthcare Clinic, 11 community-oriented family health centers, and an attendant care program

Arizona Advocacy Network (AZAN) incorporated in 2002 as a 501(c)(4). The Arizona Advocacy Network secures electoral justice, political rights and full civic participation, especially for underrepresented and marginalized constituencies, to achieve government for the people, not corporations.

In 1920, the Phoenix Americanization Committee established Friendly House as part of a local initiative to assist new immigrants in transitioning their lives to Arizona. Now approaching a century as a charitable organization, Friendly House has evolved to address multiple needs in the community. For decades, the mission has remained the same – to promote success and independence. Today, Friendly House offers programs in Early Childhood Development, Youth Education Services, Family and Crisis Services, Workforce Development, Adult Education, Homecare for the Elderly, and Immigration and Citizenship Services. In 1997, Friendly House established Academia Del Pueblo Elementary Charter School that serves students from Kindergarten to eighth grade.

Changing health care from the ground up. They believe better health care starts with better primary care. The simple yet radically different approach to restoring humanity to health care is three-fold: Team-based care that puts the patient first, a payment system based on care, no billing codes and technology built around people, not process.

Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act helps states, territories, and the District of Columbia received funding to help Medicare beneficiaries apply for the Medicare Part D Extra Help/Low-Income Subsidy (LIS) and the Medicare Savings Programs (MSPs). Funding is also used to provide Part D counseling to Medicare beneficiaries who live in rural areas, and to promote the new Medicare prevention and wellness benefits

Celebrating nearly 170 years of strength, It all began on April 12, 1845 when the foundation was laid for a new enterprise that would come to be known as the New York Life Insurance Company, Elected Secretary Lewis Benton purchased the first policy for $5,000. So began a legacy of security and a commitment to keeping promises reflected still today in our core values.

You will find more than 350,000 ASU alumni worldwide. These Sun Devils have at least two things in common, besides a degree from ASU: shared memories and a stake in our alma mater. Our work is guided by four foundational principles that direct everything we do: Honoring Traditions, Advancing the University, Enhancing the Alumni Experience, Strengthening the Organization

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