Diane Lauver volunteered with the Appalachian Student Health Coalition (ASHC) at Vanderbilt and with the North Carolina Student Rural Health Coalition. In both coalitions, she trained Community Health Workers to act as embedded advocates for community health. The collected materials include information on role of the Community Health Workers, including their work providing basic health information and connecting people with health providers. The series also contains drafts of education materials Lauver created for training and orientation of Community Health Workers; documentation for the health clinic in Laurel Fork, Tenn., co-authored by Lauver, Bill Corr (who worked at the clinic), and Richard Davidson; an article about nurse practitioners by Lauver ad Davidson; information about the Health Advocate Program at the CHS; health pamphlets; coalition promotional materials; additional orientation information; and correspondence from the North Carolina Rural Health Coalition.
Diane Lauver Materials on the Center for Health Services and the North Carolina Rural Student Health Coalition, 1960s-1984, in the Student Health Coalition Project Collection #5649, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.