Live Inventory System (18+)
Welcome to Streetlight’s New Live Inventory System!
What is Streetlight?
Streetlight is an adolescent and young adult support program here at UF Health for people aged 13-25 living with cancer, cystic fibrosis, sickle cell, autoimmune illnesses, and other chronic and life-limiting illnesses. Medicine can do a lot, but there are some issues that medicine does not cover. The way we see it, sometimes a friend can be the most powerful source of support.
Feel free to look through our website for more information!
Who makes up the Streetlight team?
The Streetlight team is made up of 60+ college-aged volunteers that focus on building friendships through peer companionship. Dealing with a serious medical condition is a difficult journey, but you don’t need to go it alone.
What type of inventory do you offer?
Our inventory includes over 1000 DVDs, Video Games, Systems, and Laptops. Our inventory does include rated R and M items.
We offer different things to each person, based on your infection control guidelines and unit.
Ask a Streetlight member today what options are available for you!
You can click the links below to access our live inventory lists. They are updated after Streetlight team members leave each evening.
Our Streetlight Inventory Link: DVDs, Video Games (PS2, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii)–click the tabs up top to switch between categories!
What about consoles and laptops?
Ask a Streetlight Volunteer, or call our number at 50917 (from any hospital phone). We have certain restrictions on who we can rent out our laptops, PS4s, Xbox Ones, and other consoles, based on what floor you are located on, and what infection control guidelines we have to abide by. Additionally, we may not be able to rent out major inventory if you are planned to be discharged before another Streetlight staff or volunteer can take back the inventory.
How do I request something?
You can ask any Streetlight member or call 50917 from any hospital phone.
I’ll take one of each!
Everyone is limited to have up to 3 video games and/or 3 DVDs at a time.