Community Partners

We work with the following community partners:

  1. Alzheimer’s Association & Walk – West Palm Beach
  2. Alzheimer’s Community Care Organization – West Palm Beach
  3. Area Agency on Aging – West Palm Beach
  4. Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County – West Palm Beach
  5. Cancer Alliance – Palm Beach
  6. Circles (Pathways to Prosperity P2P) – Boynton Beach
  7. Community Health Center of WPB – West Palm Beach
  8. Diabetes Coalition of PBC
  9. Found Care Inc. – West Palm Beach
  10. Gift of Life Boca Raton
  11. Gratitude House (Temporarily Closed) – West Palm Beach
  12. Jerome Golden Center for Behavioral Health – West Palm Beach
  13. O.T. Services Inc. – Wellington
  14. Living Hungry – West Palm Beach
  15. My Clinic – Jupiter
  16. National Alliance on Mental Illness of PBC – West Palm Beach
  17. Northwest Community Consortium Inc. – West Palm Beach
  18. Ocean Breeze Wellness Center
  19. Palm Beach County Fire Rescue – West Palm Beach
  20. Palm Beach County Medical Society Project Access – West Palm Beach
  21. Ann’s Place – West Palm Beach
  22. The Lord’s Place Men’s Campus – Boynton Beach
  23. The Lord’s Place Burckle Place – West Palm Beach
  24. The Women’s Breast and Heart Initiative – Miami Lakes
  25. Villa Regina – West Palm Beach
  26. Royal Palm Beach Rec Center – Royal Palm Beach
  27. Youth for Christ – West Palm Beach

Here are testimonials from our current community partners:

“We are very grateful to the VNC and their nurse’s participation in making the health fair such a success. We look forward to a continued community partnership where we can make a difference in aiding our communities.” – Patricia Campbell (President of Jamaicans of the Palm Beaches)

“I am Joe Pisz the Service coordinator at the Villa Regina apartments. We are a HUD subsidized low income community for seniors. The Volunteer Nurse Corp. has been coming to our community for only a few months, but they have made a difference already in the lives of a few of our residents. As you know, doctors today are not able to spend much time with any patient and seniors are no exception. The VNC nurses are able to not only check blood pressure, but they also help our residents understand medication and health instructions already given to them by their doctor. They are another line of defense that can help keep our residents from falling through the cracks in the health care system. I have already seen these results in some of our residents and I am thankful for the service VNC has provided to them.” – Service Coordinator of Villa Regina

“VNC has shown a keen sense of awareness of the intertwined roles of physical and behavioral health.  They have reached out to us and maintained an excellent working relationship, participating in NAMI activities and providing educational workshops to NAMI constituents. Recently, VNC visited NAMI Palm Beach County’s “drop in” program, NAMI on Wednesday (NOW). There ensued a lively discussion, with VNC staff asking those in attendance about their needs and if/how those needs were met in the community.  The need for coordinated physical health and behavioral health care was discussed and enthusiastically supported by those in attendance.  This was a very positive experience for the individuals attending NOW, a population that often feels “not heard” by the medical community.” – C. Marsha Martino (Executive Director, NAMI/PBC)