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BERGEN VOLUNTEER MEDICAL INITIATIVE
The Bergen Volunteer Medical Initiative, Inc., is a volunteer nonprofit organization providing free primary and preventive medical care to low-income working people in Bergen County without insurance or the means to pay for care. ​BVMI is the only state-licensed ambulatory care facility in the county that offers free healthcare for individuals earning up to 250% […]
NJSNA
NJSNA is advocating for nurses by speaking with our political leaders both on the state and federal level. There are many issues that have arisen during this pandemic.  Here are three that we need to focus on improving asap: Availability of PPE for all healthcare facilities: Acute, Long Term, Group Homes, Home Care etc. Mental […]
Alzheimer’s Association
The Greater New Jersey Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association is here to help and support people with Alzheimer’s and Related Disorders and their caregivers in the fourteen counties we serve in Central and Northern New Jersey – Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union and Warren Our mission: The Alzheimer’s […]

Communtiy Engagement Stories

Great resource for RN-BSN, DNP & Graduate Practicum Hours
Volunteering in community based settings is a great way to engage on a deeper level with the communities that you serve. It allows you to understand the ways in which the Social Determinants of Health affect your patients and ways that you can get more involved to be a true leader and change agent. All […]
True to Nursing’s Pledge
My involvement in COYL has allowed me to hear and view my community from a completely different lens. This lens assists me in being true to the nursing pledge. Lisa Parker-Williams
Creating an Engaged Community
Felt good to create a successful event where we engaged our community in a cause that mattered. Deborah Fisher
Something Different
I loved doing something different that I had never done before that included using my healthcare knowledge in the community. Beth Jameson
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