The 2017-18 class of National Health Corps Florida members were recognized for their commitment to service and contributions to the community at a Recognition Ceremony on June 26.
Twenty-three members committed to the 46-week, 1,700-hour term, providing direct service in various public health-focused nonprofit and government partners in four counties in Northeast Florida, including Baker, Clay, Duval and Nassau counties.
At the ceremony, Program Director Dustin Arceneaux reflected on member achievements throughout the service year.
The 2017-18 sites were:
- Baptist Health Medical Center
- Barnabas Health Services
- First Coast YMCA – Clay & Duval
- Florida Department of Health Baker County
- Florida Department of Health Duval County
- Florida Department of Health Nassau County
- Hubbard House
- Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Center
- Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition
- River Region Human Services
- Starting Point Behavioral Health
- THE PLAYERS Center for Child Health at Wolfson Children’s Hospital
- Tobacco Free Florida
- UF Health Jacksonville Healthy Start
Photos from the ceremony can be found here.