As the only charitable pharmacy in southwest Ohio, we meet one-on-one to provide individual support and assistance to each neighbor seeking medication assistance, qualifying them for services and assessing other basic needs. Working in the Charitable Pharmacy, you serve as a linkage to a very important resource, completing the intake process to provide people with access to free prescription medication. This experience will be beneficial for people interested in both healthcare administration and direct patient care professions. We serve patients in Hamilton, Clermont, Warren and Butler counties. Knowledge and interest in the healthcare field helpful but not necessary.
This position is part of the Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati (VVC) program, a faith-based, year-long, residential service program, providing young adults an opportunity to grow in faith, friendship and service by providing both direct and indirect service to our neighbors in need.
VVC members serve full-time in a unique work placement with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Cincinnati. They live together in a house provided by the program in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati, blocks from SVDP’s Neyer Outreach Center. The program is an 11-month commitment, running late August through late July and provides members with excellent professional experience in a supportive context.
Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Housing, Living allowance, Stipend, Student loan forbearance, Training
• Room and board
• Health & renter's insurance
• Monthly cell phone reimbursement (up to $50)
• Monthly stipend
• Monthly allotment of bus tokens
• WiFi access
• Monthly leadership development workshops
• 1:1 personal mentoring
• 3 overnight retreats - Orientation; mid-year; closing
• AmeriCorps Education Award (~$6,000) upon successful completion of program
• May be eligible for federal loan deferment
Prohibits paid work outside of the sponsoring agency at any time
Subject to criminal background check
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