Family Health Centers’ mission is to provide access to high quality primary and preventive care services without regard to the ability to pay. Phoenix is a Health Care for the Homeless program that provides a wide array of services to homeless individuals, including primary health care, dental care, psychiatric services, outreach, case management, and permanent supportive housing.
Fan Free Clinic provides medical treatment, health education, and social services to those in the Richmond area with limited access to care. We place special emphasis on welcoming the least served. Services available at the clinic include: primary medical care, HIV testing, prevention and education, financial assistance, a food pantry, and case management. In Fiscal Year 2006, Fan Free Clinic served more than 4,500 members of our community! Fan Free Clinic offers the following services: Pediatrics/Vaccinations, Adult General Primary Care,
The Courier Program Internship is for young adults 18 years or older who wish to work in a rural healthcare environment and experience rural Appalachian culture. Couriers have the opportunity to observe or shadow medical professionals as they are providing healthcare – including doctors, family nurse practitioners, nurse-midwives and others, in various clinics and health care settings in rural Appalachia. Note: If you are accepted and matched with this internship, you will need to submit a separate application to the Courier Program. Our application
FrontLine Services reaches out to adults and children in Northeast Ohio to end homelessness, prevent suicide, resolve behavioral health crises & overcome trauma.
The mission of the program for which the student will be interning is to provide direct access to fresh healthy food for residents of “food desert” neighborhoods characterized by high rates of poverty and poor access to supermarkets. The internship focus is an urban farm and neighborhood farmer’s market pilot project in a SE Greensboro census tract (also known as the Warnersville community) with the highest rates of poverty in the county (over 60% of households below the federal poverty
Greensboro Housing Coalition, the advocate for fair, safe, and affordable housing, has brought our community together to resolve complex housing problems: building collaborations with different organizations, advocating for public policy changes, and participating in research studies about best practices. We counsel homeowners facing foreclosure or needing repairs, tenants trying to prevent eviction or to get landlords to do maintenance, and homeless families to move into safe housing.
New American Pathways is a local 501(c)3 nonprofit that helps refugees from the moment of arrival in Georgia through their journey to citizenship. Our specially designed programs provide proven pathways for refugees and other immigrants to realize their full potential and dreams as they build new lives. Our comprehensive model is unique. We begin with resettlement services and offer steady guidance and advocacy for each family as they pursue jobs, education, cultural integration, individual and female empowerment, and whatever each
PACT: Helping Children with Special Needs serves young children with medical and developmental challenges who need the assistance of skilled, experienced professionals during their most formative years in order to reach their full potential. By offering a wide range of services ranging from specialized childcare to physical therapy to parent training and counseling, PACT is able to address the physical, cognitive, emotional and social needs of the children and provide support for their families. Our plan is to extend our reach
SOME is an interfaith, community-based organization that exists to help the poor and homeless of our nation’s capital. We meet the immediate daily needs of the people we serve with food, clothing, and health care. We help break the cycle of homelessness by offering services, such as affordable housing, job training, addiction treatment, and counseling, to the poor, the elderly and individuals with mental illness. Each day, SOME is restoring hope and dignity one person at a time. SOME’s Medical Clinic
The Ark preschool is the only state-accredited preschool for homeless children in Baltimore City. The school serves children between the ages of 3 and 5 years old and provides a short-term preschool program that promotes children’s development in all areas, emphasizing language and social skills. The Ark helps young children develop the skills they will need when they enter kindergarten. While at The Ark, children receive individual care and attention, early childhood education designed to promote development, nutritionally balanced meals and snacks, and a safe