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Thursday, July 3rd
A MESSAGE FROM:

Doctors Without Walls - Santa Barbara Street Medicine




THE WORD ON THE STREET: JULY
 

"Stand up. Tomorrow is yours. You can change the world if you really want" 
- Paul Rusesabagina, Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation 


On behalf of the communications team at Doctors Without Walls – Santa Barbara Street Medicine (DWW-SBSM), we would like to thank you for reading this issue of The Word on the Street. This is our newsletter designed to keep volunteers and our Santa Barbara community informed and educated about our organization and issues related to the Santa Barbara homeless community. It gives us the opportunity to hear stories from our volunteers who take time out of their busy days to meet the highest need patients in our community and to hearing stories from the people we serve.

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Maria Long: DWW's New Executive Director

by Sean Nguyen
DWW Communications Coordinator

 

Maria Long, stops by to talk about her experiences with serving underserved populations in the greater Santa Barbara area as well as her hopes for the street medicine nonprofit organization.
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Seaside with Dr. Jim Withers

by Andrew Giang

DWW Communications Intern
 

Revered mentor and founder of Pittsburgh’s own Operation Safety Net Dr. Jim Withers takes time to share some valuable insights with the Doctors Without Walls volunteers, discussing his own inspirations and hopes for the future of the street medicine movement.

INT 75: Final Thoughts on UCSB's Underserved Medicine Seminar

by Pierre Kobierski
UCSB student

 

UCSB premedical student Pierre Kobierski reflects on the highlights of the Underserved Medicine Seminar, led by DWW's Medical Director Dr. Jason Prystowsky alongside a myriad of influential speakers from around the world.

Lessons Revealed on the Street

by Jennifer Ferraez
LCSW

 

Our esteemed social worker and Doctors Without Walls volunteer Jennifer Ferraez shares her first hand account of a day in the park clinics.

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