medical

Clinic with a Heart

Agency
Clinic with a Heart
1701 S. 17th Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
402.499.6470
Teresa Harms

Founded in 2003, Clinic with a Heart is a 501 (c) (3) organization.

Contact
Shirley Foster
402.499.6470
Available projects

Clinics are held from 5:30 - 7 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are volunteer opportunities as a patient guide or interpreter. Each clinic night is sponsored by a different team. Students will be placed on a team, but can request to be on more than one team if they desire. It is important that volunteers show up they are assigned.

Must be 19 or older
MUST make a six-month commitment
Must complete application
Classification
Fall 2010
health, medical, Poverty, Spanish, Language, clinic

People's Health Center

Agency
People's Health Center
1021 N 27th Street
Lincoln, NE 68503
402-476-1455 x1008
The People's Health Center provides affordable, comprehensive, accessible, culturally appropriate, cost-effective primary health care. The Center will serve people of the Lincoln, Nebraska area, especially those individuals/families with limited resources or with other barriers to health care to improve their overall health status.
Contact
Martha Hewitt Hoile
402-476-1455 x1008
Available projects
Help with medical records Dental Scanning Assistant: Scan dental x-rays, charts, etc. into computer software program. Need to be computer literate. Needed M-F mornings or afternoons. An important agency and job! Administrative Support: Make telephone calls to physical therapy offices that offer aquatherapy. Nurse: RN or LPN to conduct pre-authorization phone calls once or twice a week, flexible hours. Reach out and Read Volunteer: Manage Reach Out and Read Program at busy medical office
Classification
health, medical, Poverty

Easterday Recreation Center

Agency
Easterday Recreation Center
6130 Adams Street
Lincoln, NE 68507
402-441-7901 or 7877
Carol Meyerhoff
Jean Guerrero

Provide programs for adults with special needs to improve/increase independence, personal and recreational skills, and support for adults with mental health or medical issues.

Contact
Joan Larson
402-441-7901 or 7877
Available projects

Social Club Volunteer: Social Club is a recreation club for older adults with special needs. Volunteers assist club members to actively participate in club activities. Activities include dances, crafts, spectator sports, movies, holiday parties, and park activities. Wednesdays 6:45-8:45 Day Structure Programs Volunteer: Assist supervisor with adults with mental and physical health issue in recreational/habilitative activities/outings. M-F am/pm Friendship Club Volunteer: Assist a recreating club for young adults with special needs: dances, crafts, movies, etc. Thursday evenings 6:45-8:45 Fun Club Volunteer: Work with grade school students with special needs; help them actively participate in a variety of activities. Locations vary. Tuesdays 4:45-6:45pm Hi-Time Club Volunteer: Work with jr/sr high school students with dances, crafts, attend sporting events, holiday parties, etc. Locations may vary. Monday evenings 6:30-8:45 Special Olympics Volunteer: Help others with special needs to play and compete. Includes various ages (2-100), sports (bowling, swimming, track, baseball, etc) and times needed. Saturdays and Sundays

Available from agency
Classification
Spring 2013
Gilbreth, Joan
LAS: North Amer Culture
Social Problems
Education, medical, Mental Health, Recreation, Adult

American Red Cross- Cornhusker Chapter

Agency
American Red Cross- Cornhusker Chapter
220 Oak Creek Drive, P.O. Box 83267
Lincoln, NE 68501
402-441-6387
441-7016
Susan Epps
Ashley Howard

Provide relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Provide public preparedness and safety training.

Contact
Ashley Howard
402-441-6387
Available projects

Participate in the BAT program. Basic Aid Training which is taught to all LPS fourth graders each fall. Requires a one hour orientation. Certified First Aid and CPR persons needed to staff events in Lincoln. Disaster Action Team Member: Be on call per a rotating schedule to respond to local disasters (family fires); training provided. Flexible on-call scheduling Disaster Relief Operations (requires 3 hour orientation and a commitment of being on call at least 4 times a month for the school year.) Assist at larger local and national disasters where emergency shelters are set up in community facilities. Shelter operations, feeding, damage assessment, gathering and moving supplies. Office support and data entry, assist with Red Cross displays at special events in the community and possibly other opportunities depending on the time of year.

Apply online AND call Ashley to notify her that this is a class requirement. ALL APPLICANTS WILL NEED TO COMPLETE A BACK GROUND CHECK AS PART OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS.

Office open 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-F

Classification
Draper-Finlaw, Bill
Health Communication
LAS: With God on Our Side
Emergency, health, Education, Disaster Relief, Huntington, medical, disaster, CPR, training