The HEAL Center is designed to offer community projects to help fulfill its mission. Its current projects are listed below.
Helping Senior Citizens
Senior citizens are often over-medicated and neglected. They want to improve their quality of life, but many options are not practical for them.
The HEAL Center will treat senior citizens at a reduced rate. If necessary, we will travel to the seniors to provide treatment. The goal of this project is to reduce pain and discomfort that is common as people age. Not only does this improve people's quality of life, it can also reduce the need for pain relief medications and opioids.
Those who serve our country in the military give a lot of themselves. Often, as a result of that service, they acquire lasting health problems and trauma. Many have been helped greatly by even very limited Eastern medicine-style treatments.
With your financial support, the HEAL Center can offer reduced cost treatment for veterans in need.
People with limited mobility have a variety of unique challenges. Movements and activities we take for granted can be difficult and require assistance or careful planning.
These patients' ability, independence, and overall well being can often be improved by Eastern medicine treatment. However, they may find it difficult to physically come to the HEAL Center office, and the need for long-term treatment can become costly for those who cannot work. With your support, we can travel to those in need and provide treatment at reduced cost to improve their quality of life.
Supporting the Needy
Good quality medical treatment is difficult for low income individuals to receive. It is all the more difficult for those who would prefer to take a more natural medicine route, since most of the payment will be out-of-pocket.
For patients at poverty level who would benefit from treatment, a subsidy program could help them receive income-based reductions in their cost of treatment.
If you would like to suggest a future project or collaboration for the HEAL Center, please contact the Executive Director, Elizabeth Barrett, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 573-317-6829.