National Health Corps Florida Blog

"I joined because I wanted to devote a year of my life to service. No school, no distractions, just complete dedication to communities in need. It felt like this was a perfect opportunity to do just that."
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"On World AIDS day I stood with my JASMYN family, reading the names and stories on each quilt, reflecting upon the importance of turning statistics into souls in combatting the HIV crisis."
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"In my day-to-day as the Violence Prevention Facilitator for Youth, “going upstream” means empowering youth to practice and promote healthy relationship behaviors and to challenge the social norms that perpetuate abusive behaviors."
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"Serving as a National Health Corps Florida member with Tobacco Free Jacksonville, surrounded by people who are passionate about lung health, has made me even more of an advocate for preventing lung cancer. "
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"Recently I asked our twenty-seven Members who were actively serving during Irma if there was anyone in particular who deserved a shout out. On behalf of all of us here are twenty-seven people, places, and things that we want to recognize for going above and beyond during a time of crisis."
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"Sorority girls, soldiers, retired businessmen, and National Health Corps members all serving together, not because we had to be there, but because we wanted to make a stranger’s day better by giving them a meal - and that is worth waking up early for on a Saturday."
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