Storehouse Project

UNM College of Nursing 
Louis Kahn
Geographic Area Served

New Mexico State-wide
Project Description
The Storehouse Project is a community health clinical setting for Level 1 and Level 2 nursing students. In Level 1, the students assist clients with resource navigation, referral and health education. Level 2 students make home visits to families needing support, health education, and referrals to health and social services.

This project was developed to provide a community-based community health nursing experience for our students, to utilize the skills and abilities of the students to assist with resource, referral, health screening, preventive education and home visiting to a population of vulnerable individuals in our community.
1. The Storehouse Project seeks to provide a clinical setting for undergraduate nursing students to learn about community health issues and provide community health nursing services.
2. To provide health screening and resource and referral services to a socially vulnerable population
3. To provide preventive health education to a largely medically underserved population.
Must be enrolled in the UNM College of Nursing

Course Information

Department: Nursing
Course #: 312 & 314
Frequency: Every semester
Must be enrolled in the UNM College of Nursing

Contact Information:
Location Mailing Address
UNM North Campus
Nursing and Pharmacy Building
Room 237 2502 Marble Ave. NE
 UNM North Campus
MSCP09 5350
2502 Marble Ave. NE
Email Telephone
Louise Kahn
Louise Kahn (505) 272-8315

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