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Rural Resources

  • All Nursing Schools provides resources for nursing schools and careers to enhance educational advancement. 

  • is an official benefits website of the U.S. government that identifies over 15 categories of resources available for individuals, including food, healthcare, financial and medical assistance.

  • The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Office of Minority Health offers rural health resources to improve health care access for rural, tribal, and geographically isolated communities.
  • The CGFNS International provides programs and services that assess and validate academic and professional competencies of foreign educated healthcare professionals who live and work in their country of choice.
  • DailyNurse is a popular resource for obtaining nursing and health-related news. Free articles and short perspectives are available on a wide range of topics, such as employment and educational opportunities and advice and career options for nurses across specialties.

  • The Daily Yonder is a non-profit organization, covering policy proposals and relevant rural news and program developments, making it useful for both rural health professionals and their patients.
  • The Federal Office of Rural Health Policy coordinates rural health care activities within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to improve access to rural healthcare, providing grants to build health care capacity and analyzing policies that affect rural well-being.
  • Healthcare Spanish lessens language barriers between healthcare professionals and Spanish speaking patients by helping them to learn relevant medical Spanish phrases. 

  • The International Council of Nurses represents nursing worldwide, advances the nursing profession, facilitates nurses’ well-being, and promotes health, with a significant role with the World Health Organization.

  • The National Council on Aging offers resources, tools, best practices, and advocacy to enhance the health and well-being of older individuals. For example, they provide information about wandering risks for older adults, nutritional guidelines for healthy living, falls prevention, and caregiving.
  • The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium is a non-profit organization that promotes health care services to vulnerable populations to eliminate health disparities in underserved communities.
  • The National Rural Health Association joins practitioners, facilities, educators, etc. to enhance rural health care by legislative and regulatory involvement, workforce development and quality improvement, and research and innovation. 

  • The Rural Health Information Hub is the nation’s rural health information source, with an online library, coverage of rural issues, state guides, toolkits, and program models.
  • Rural Matters provides a bi-weekly, 30-minute podcast on rural education, business, and health.
  • The Rural Partners Network is an all-of-government program that assists rural communities locate resources and funding to create jobs, build infrastructure, and support long-term economic stability.

  • The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) offers services and grants to improve the lives of individuals in rural communities, including substance use disorder and drug prevention programs to improve behavioral health outcomes. 
  • The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest united health care system, providing care to Veterans with varying degrees of illness each year and family care partners of those injured in the line of duty.

Phone: 1 (609) 519-9689

PO Box 7
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

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