Nurse Volunteers Are Needed

to be a part of CHIPS' Health Care Beyond Walls Program.  Licensed RNs are urgently needed to provide health screenings at St. Louis Libraries, Food Pantries and other Community Sites.  If you have a few hours a month available to serve, please call 314-652-9231 ext. 17 or email




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CHIPS' Health Care Beyond Walls program is a leader in the metro St. Louis area in community health outreach screenings and education.  CHIPS community health nurses and outreach workers use a standard screening protocol and perform at least 5 different screenings (blood pressure, blood sugar, height, weight, BMI) and assess participants’ access to and use of health care services.  CHIPS' community health nurses refer participants to services and follow up on any participant whose screening tests are out of normal range.  CHIPS' community health nurses and professional volunteers provide education and counseling and materials for supporting the education clients receive.

Request for Health Screening Event


CHIPS' clinical staff collaborates with several colleges and universities to provide intern opportunities for students under the supervision of a preceptor provided by the school.

  • Washington University
  • Washington University Medical School and
  • Occupational Therapy Program
  • St. Louis University
  • St. Louis University School of Nursing and School of Medicine
  • University of Missouri – St. Louis School of Nursing
  • Everest College
  • Midwest Institute
  • Chamberlain School of Nursing
  • Barnes-Jewish Hospital College, Goldfarb School of Nursing
  • Harris-Stowe Upward Bound Program
  • Logan University- College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences


CHIPS’ Diabetic Support Group has been meeting for over 8 years.  People of all ages diagnosed with diabetes come together to talk about how they manage their diabetes, ask for help from each other, offer support to one another and enjoy the company of people who are living, working, and thriving.  The group meets twice a month on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays to share a light meal at 6:00 p.m. followed by a program that offers education, support, friendship and fun to anyone and their family members affected by diabetes. 


CHIPS offers a free, evidence-based, and high-quality lifestyle change program to reduce participants’ risk of type 2 diabetes and to improve their overall health.   A new lifestyle change group will begin soon.  Click the links below for more information.

 Are you at risk for diabetes?                          

 Print Enrollment Form and email to


Community Youth Leaders United for Better Health is a peer health education and youth leadership development program that utilizes the performing arts to teach.  The CLUB CHIPS after-school and summer program annually trains 10-12 Peer Health Educators, ages 14-18, who present original creative health education presentations, vignettes and workshops to audiences of several hundred children and adults per year.  They promote awareness of health and wellness issues, increase health literacy and promote healthy lifestyles.

CHIPS location:
2431 No. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63106-1018
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