For a list of locations you can get the booster vaccine click here.


Click here for tips to help manage prediabetes and prevent diabetes.


Celebrate with us all month long! Tag us @HealthStreet on Twitter and use #HealthStreet to let us know why reducing disparities in healthcare research is important to you!


C.A.M.E.O. Program

Apply Now for our Summer/Fall 2022 C.A.M.E.O. Program!


(C) Communications Strategies

(A) Epidemiological and Biostatistical Analyses

(M) Community-Engaged Program Management

(E) Community Health Education

(O) Outreach

Apply Here

Or for more information, email Luisa Murphy at with:

• A resume and cover letter expressing your interest in joining HealthStreet as a volunteer or intern.

• Internship requirements set by your academic department or college.

• A commitment of 10 hours per week and two semesters (for students).

• Flexible scheduling with some evenings and weekends.

• Fully vaccinated before beginning.

Volunteer positions in C.A.M.E.O. are accepted as space permits.

HealthStreet Event Calendar

HealthStreet hosts a variety of services, community health worker events, classes, and support groups! Check out our calendar.

Community Health Workers

Community Health Workers Needed!

If interested in working with HealthStreet for a couple of our initiatives, please call us or send us your resume. We are hiring folks like you from the community!


NARCAN® Nasal Spray may counteract the life-threatening effects of an opioid overdose. Since most accidental overdoses occur in a home setting, it was developed for family, friends, and caregivers - with no medical training required.

HealthStreet has partnered with Florida Department of Children and Families to distribute NARCAN® in our community. Call 352-294-4880 today to get your own NARCAN® Nasal Spray.

Research Study Opportunities

Below are a few studies that you can participate in now:

+The Women Helping Women study is testing whether community health workers (CHWs) who recruit and partner with community members facilitate lung cancer screenings. Eligible participants must be female, 50-80 years of age, and current or former smokers with a smoking history of 20 pack-years.

+The Medical Marijuana Use and Driving Performance study is examining how medical marijuana use or non-use may impact every day functioning during real world tasks, such as driving, in older adults with chronic pain. Eligible participants must be male, 50-72 years of age, have chronic pain, and have not used marijuana in the past 30 days.  

+The AIM2ACT study is testing the effectiveness of a smartphone intervention to help control asthma among early adolescents. Eligible participants must be 18-70 years of age and caregivers of at least one child 12-15 years of age who have been diagnosed with persistent asthma.

+The UCOPE study is examining the effects of oxytocin on chronic pain in older adults with knee osteoarthritis. Eligible participants must be 40 years of age or older with knee pain for 6 months or more.

+The Child Hearing Loss study is examining vocabulary and speech learning in children with or without hearing loss. Eligible participants must be caregivers of at least one child 4-6 years of age with hearing loss.

+The Medication and Exercise Adherence study is examining how changes in thinking and memory due to aging impacts consistently taking medication and exercising. Eligible participants must be 65 years of age or older, currently prescribed medication for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high glucose levels, not exercise regularly, and have trouble with memory and thinking.


If you are interested in hearing about these or other studies, please contact our Study Navigator, Sara Marsh, at



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