W&L Law Students Only. This internship has a training and speaker program associated with it. If accepted into the Alliance, interested applicants will need to the application provided by Alexandra PD and additional application due to the competitive nature of this opportunity.
Interests: Case Management
“Helping people reclaim lives lost; we restore hope and dignity by offering opportunities for health and self-sufficiency.” BRC is one of New York City’s largest, most experienced and most successful providers of housing and services for homeless adults. BRC today is a $68 million organization with 27 programs throughout the greater metropolitan area.
Bread for the City was established in the mid-1970s out of concern for the homeless, the hungry and the needy of the District of Columbia. Today, Bread for the City provides vulnerable residents of Washington, DC, with comprehensive services including food, clothing, medical care, legal and social services. Each month, more than 10,000 individuals are helped by the organization’s food and clothing services, and the medical, legal and social services clinics care for more than 2,000 individuals each year. Bread for
The Cabbage Patch Settlement House is a local, non-profit Christian organization. Our mission is to equip and empower at-risk children, youth and their families, to be self-sufficient by helping them maximize their economic, educational, emotional, moral, physical, social and spiritual potential. We accomplish this through three major programs: Counseling and Family Services, Recreation and Youth Development and Educational Opportunities.
“Striving to provide the best health care to every patient, every day,” CAMC Memorial Hospital is home to one of the highest volume heart programs in the country. Our multidisciplinary team includes radiation, gynecologic, and medical oncologists, as well as oncology pharmacists, psychologists dedicated to the care of cancer patients and their families, case coordinators, social workers, and skilled oncology registered nurses. Our services also include a cancer support program for families.
The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers is a 501c3 that is engaged in a three year Medicaid Accountable Care Organization Demonstration Project. Through the ACO, the Coalition is working to improve health outcomes and quality of care as well as decrease healthcare costs for Medicaid patients in Camden who are covered by United Healthcare. We are doing this by partnering closely with 12 primary care offices across the city, working to build their capacity and improve access for Camden patients.
CAPUP strengthens communities by providing resources for people to help themselves. Interns will become familiar with all programs administered by CAPUP, including Virginia CARES, Employment Services, Child Care Food Program, and Emergency Services Program. Community action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other. Capital Area Partnership Uplifting People, Inc. (CAPUP) is a private
Capstone Community Action provides comprehensive services to help people achieve economic well-being with dignity and develops partnerships to strengthen Vermont communities. Our commitment is to alleviate the suffering caused by poverty, to work with individuals and families to move out of poverty, and to advocate for economic justice for all Vermonters.
Caritas of Austin’s Housing Department maintains the goal of helping Travis County individuals and families facing homelessness or a housing crisis to access housing or attain housing stability. Caritas has a range of services to offer, from emergency rent/utilities assistance to long term housing provision. Below is a description of the various programs available for housing stability. Rent and Utilities Assistance with case management Rapid Re-Housing – assisting people to connect to permanent housing Transitional Housing – temporary housing and support services for
Following in a more than 30 year tradition of hospitality in the Triad, Church World Service (CWS) established its Greensboro Immigration and Refugee Program in early 2009, partnering with the local community to provide comprehensive resettlement services to newly arrived refugees through the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program. With more than 150 individual volunteers, faith community partners, and donors supporting our work each year, CWS is proud to be able to offer the support and services that refugees need to succeed