Monday, February 27, 2012

C-Core students and coaches volunteer with Greenville Free Medical Clinic

Each day, volunteer physicians, dentists and nurses provide unconditional health services through the Greenville Free Medical Clinic to many Greenville County’s lowest income, uninsured residents. On Saturday, February 25, 2012, participants of Home Builders Institute Construction-Coaching to Reach Employment (C-CORE) mentor program provided unconditional community service to the Greenville Free Medical Clinic. C-CORE Coaches and Members (youth) assisted GFMC staff with sorting supplies, disposing old and unusable equipment, medication disposal and clean-up of the facility grounds.

The Greenville Free Medical Clinic exists to provide caring, quality primary and specialty medical care, dental services, health education, and prescription medications without charge to low-income, uninsured Greenville County residents.

Home Builders Institute Construction-Coaching to Reach Employment is an industry sponsored mentoring program for youth with promise and untapped abilities. Being a mentor requires a few hours each month, yet makes a huge impact on a young person’s life. To find out more about how you can participate, visit or contact Reginald Alexander at

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