Meet NCCLF intern Martha Rivera

In Summer 2016 NCCLF welcomed intern Martha Rivera to the team.  From June 2016-May 2017 Martha is participating in California Coalition for Rural Housing’s Rural West Internship Program for Diversity in Nonprofit Housing and Community Development.  The program is a one-year paid internship program for university students and is designed to increase the diversity of staff in the affordable housing and community development field. Since the program’s inception, more than half of participating students have pursued careers in the community development field after completing the program.

NCCLF Helps Expand Healthcare Services in Alameda

Axis Community Health, Inc. provides accessible and compassionate healthcare services to low-income and working- poor residents in the Tri-Valley area of Eastern Alameda County. The organization was founded in 1972 and currently has six sites. Services include medical, mental health counseling and a WIC (Women, Infants and Children) Nutrition Program. Annually, Axis provides medical care…