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SCHC Projects

1960s-1970s

 

  • First health fair in White Oak, Tennessee.
  • Health fairs and community development in Habersham, Elk Valley, Petros, Stoney Fork, and east Tennessee.
  • Health fairs and community development assistance in Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, in St. Charles, Norma, Petros, and Stoney Fork.
  • Health fairs and physical examinations by the Urban Student Health Coalition at the South Street Community Center, the McNeilly Day Home, the Kennedy Center Experimental School, the Sertoma Easter Seal Center, the Day Care Center and School, the Nashville General Hospital, the Martha O'Bryan Community Center, the Mur-Ci Home, the King's Daughters Day Home, the United Methodist Neighborhood Center's Camp Dogwood, and the Cavert Special Education School.
  • Health and education fairs in Mulberry, Kentucky and White Oak, Tennessee.
  • Work with SOCM (Save our Cumberland Mountains).
  • Opened the doors of a clinic in Ashland City, Tennessee; held health fairs in Mulberry and Wallins Creek, Kentucky, and in Kepler Tennessee; special projects in Evarts, Kentucky (with Manna, an anti-hunger group); Ervington, Virginia, Cooperhill and Kingsport; a prison project.

1980s

 

  • Health fairs in Guthrie, KY, Robbins, TN, Feds Creek, KY, Stewart County, TN, Carroll County, TN, Martin County, KY, Stanton, TN, Magoffin County, KY, Loretto, TN, Memphis, TN, Hazard, KY, Grundy County, TN, Lawrence County, TN, Franklin County, TN, Dickenson County, VA, Dungannon, VA, Tipton County, TN, Fayette County, TN, Wilson County, TN, Lauderdale County, TN, Nashville, TN, White Pine, TN, Haysi, VA, Gate City, VA, Covington, TN, and Jellico, TN
  • Health education fairs in Hot Springs and Cherokee, NC.
  • Special projects in Mud Creek, KY, northwest TN (with the Student Environmental Health Project), Chattanooga, TN, Hyden, KY, Grundy County, TN, Leslie County, KY, Rossville, TN, WIlliamsburg, KY, Minden, WV, Tipton County, TN, Dungannon, VA, St. Charles, VA, Glen Jean, TN, Matoaka, TN, Lookout, WV, Institute, WV, and McClure, VA.
  • Health Outreach to the Elderly, Environmental Health Surveys, Cardiovasulcar risk screening, Community oral history, and Women's Health Days in McClure, VA, Lookout, WV, Powell, TN, Kenova, WV, Scott County, VA, Nashville, TN, Williamsburg, KY, White Oak, TN, Ewing, VA, Dungannon, VA, Scarbro/Lookout, WV, and Gary, WV.

1990s

 

  • Health fairs in Dayton, Crossville, Grand Junction, Nashville, Hohenwald, Dover, Erin, Orlinda, Hadley Park (Nashville), Donelson, Gallatin, J.B. Knowles (Nashville), Ashland City, Clarksville, College Grove, Hendersonville, Hartsville, Lebanon, Springfield, Mt. Juliet, College Grove, Dickson, Murfreesboro, and Waverly, TN.
  • Community worker sites in Murfreesboro, Lawrenceburg, and Hohenwald, TN, Saltville, VA, and Scarbro, WV.
  • Projects included older adults' rights, battered women's rights, women and children, AIDS education and awareness, student initiated service learning, TenneSenior Service Corps, the Breast Health Initiative, and Safe Housing.
  • TenneSenior Service Corps was created to allow health fairs to be held year round.
  • Members of TenneSenior Service Corps provided senior fitness activities, health screenings, senior games, service projects, the Breast Health Initiative, and substance abuse prevention in Ashland City, Clarksville, College Grove, Dickson, Donelson, Dover, Erin, Hartsville, Hendersonville, Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Orlinda, Springfield, Waverly, and Nashville.

2000 to present

  • TenneSenior Service Corps continues to provide home repairs and wellness activities to seniors in 13 middle Tennessee counties.
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