Access to Free COVID-19 At-home Rapid Tests


The Biden-Harris Administration has committed to equitably distributing over 500 million tests, with the end goal of the initiative being the proliferation of testing and vaccine resources to our hardest-hit and highest-risk communities. HealthStreet is very excited to take part in this program with the help of our Community Health Workers.


Learn more about the program and how you can request free at-home COVID-19 test kits here.


C.A.M.E.O. Program

Welcome Spring 2022 Community Members!

Interested in joining for Fall 2022? 

Apply Here

Or for more information, email Luisa Murphy at luisafajardo@ufl.edu with:

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

• A commitment of 10 hours per week is preferred.

• Flexible scheduling with some evenings and weekends.

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


C.A.M.E.O Activities

(C) Communications Strategies

(A) Epidemiological and Biostatistical Analyses

(M) Community-Engaged Program Management

(E) Community Health Education

(O) Outreach

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 you are interested in working with HealthStreet for a couple of our initiatives, please call us or send us your resume. We are hiring community members now!


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 Muscadine Wine study is examining the effects of dealcoholized muscadine wine on improving oxidative stress, inflammation, skin health, and gut microbiome in women. Eligible participants must be female, non-Hispanic white, and 40-65 years of age.  

+ The Vaccine study is determining how cancer patients respond to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) vaccines compared to overall healthy individuals who have received COVID-19 vaccines. Eligible participants must be 25-70 years of age and received 2 or more SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19) vaccines within the past 1-6 months.

+ The IMPACT study is examining joint pain during movement in African Americans. Eligible participants must be 55-90 years of age, African American, and have had knee pain for at least 3 months or longer.

+ 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 caregivers of at least one child 12-15 years of age who has been diagnosed with persistent asthma.

+ The Rogue study is examining the role of the gut microbiome on how adults think. Eligible participants must be 50 years of age or older, HIV+, and willing to get an MRI.



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



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