"Men’s health is an important issue. Why is men’s health an issue in the first place? Men’s health is an issue because not all men go to the doctor regularly, a fact that is even more pronounced in communities of color and the underserved."
"When I reflect on my service term, it has been this ongoing mission to instill strength in our moms, partnered with the support of my mentors, which has helped me to discover my own strength as a woman and future health professional."
"Acting as the patient navigator for our PrEP program has been one of the most rewarding parts of my service term so far. I feel very privileged to have built close relationships with clients and to bear witness to the obstacles and oppression they face every day"
"We were fortunate enough to have caught up with former National Health Corps Florida AmeriCorps member Megan Riggs. She served during the 2011-2012 program year at the Sulzbacher Center where she would later become an AmeriCorps Site Mentor and now holds a position managing the veteran’s outreach team."
"They reminded me of an important lesson that can be applied to any aspect of life: support matters. Seeing these examples of support during my service has helped boost my own growth mindset, letting me know that challenges in life shouldn’t be seen as setbacks or insurmountable odds but rather just gains waiting to made."