The Neighborhood Resilience Project in the New York Times!
The work of the Neighborhood Resilience Project with the Community Health Deputies, around COVID-19 and the Vaccine Registry was highlighted in the New York Times this morning! Read the article here.
The Neighborhood Resilience Project has trained, deployed and are supporting over 100 Community Health Deputies across 15 Medically Under-served Communities in the area. These deputies have accomplished tremendous feats out in the community.
The Community Health Deputies have also been working diligently to register people for the Vaccine Registry in Pittsburgh – as Pittsburgh is a location where the 3rd Phase of Clinical Trails for COVID-19 are being offered. Because of the work of the Community Health Deputies, the diversity of the people registered for the Vaccine Registry has greatly increased.
Please help us share the good work of the ministry.
Fr. Paul Abernathy
Neighborhood Resilience Project