Students helped a rural county clean up areas where syringes had been improperly discarded in public places.
A student completed data entry of surveillance related materials into a Knowledge Repository for a non-profit public health association.
Students served as volunteers to help facilitate drug drop-off and provide education behind the purpose of drug take back.
A student created maps for a non-profit that highlighted geographic representation of their membership.
Students helped local health departments and non-profit groups package naloxone kits in response to the current opioid epidemic.
During the Indy Day of Service, students assisted in placing new dirt and mulch and helped to clean the playground and basketball court.
Students provided logistical support for the poverty simulations held as a part of the Welcome to Campus initiative at IUPUI.
Students helped clinic patients complete their paperwork, moved clinic supplies and provided general logistical support at various clinics that offered TB testing and vaccinations.
Students used a survey tool to complete walkability assessments for a local non-profit working to increase equitable, safe, accessible, convenient and connected options for walking, biking and public transit and encouraging responsible land use.