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Temple Emergency Action Corps




"Dedicated to establishing teams of local volunteer medical and public health professionals to contribute their skills and expertise throughout the year as well as during times of community need."


Philadelphia MRC

"The purpose of the MRC Program is to strengthen communities by providing a structure for volunteers to offer their expertise in times of community need. The MRC is a local volunteer unit that supplements existing community emergency response systems during large-scale emergencies."



"The University of Virginia Medical Reserve Corps (UVAMRC) is a joint student-faculty community service and outreach project, housed in the UVa Health System. It is the first Medical Reserve Corps with a student leadership model and one of a growing number of university-based programs across the country. The UVAMRC works with many local, state, and national groups to supplement the local and regional medical response during a major disaster or bioterror event. The UVAMRC also initiates and develops ongoing community health projects that serve our local area."


Resources for Human Development

"A national human services nonprofit founded in 1970, Resources for Human Development serves tens of thousands of people of all abilities every year with caring, effective and innovative programs addressing intellectual and developmental disabilities, behavioral health, homelessness, addiction recovery and more."


Project H.O.M.E.

"Project H.O.M.E. (Housing, Opportunities for Employment, Medical Care, Education) empowers people to break the cycle of homelessness, address the structural causes of poverty, and attain their fullest potential as members of society."



“The recently established Center for Urban Bioethics and Humanities at Temple University School of Medicine strives to refocus the attention of the modern physician to humane, holistic and comprehensive care of the patient and the urban community through innovative and collaborative efforts in academics, research and community service.”