At AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine, we transform lives and communities through graduate education. We also remain firmly committed to the health of our local community. Our Herbal Outreach/Reduced Rate Program exists to support members of our community and to help them to be able to afford beneficial acupuncture and herbal treatments. Qualified applicants may receive discounted/free student intern acupuncture treatments and herbal prescriptions from AOMA Herbal Medicine. Applicants may download the PDF application for Herbal Outreach/RRP to begin the process at their first regular- priced visit. Applicants will need to provide a detailed health history as well as documentation of financial need. Student Interns will complete a treatment path recommendation. The completed application will then be reviewed by the committee. Applications are approved on a term-by-term basis.
What is Herbal Outreach?
Herbal Outreach is a donation-driven program designed to provide discounts on Chinese herbal medicine for the clientele of AOMA. While relatively inexpensive in today’s medical system, long-term herb use does become expensive after time. Herbal Outreach was created to aid low-income patients who utilize Chinese medicine as an integral aspect of their health care.
Who is Eligible?
- Elderly patients on a fixed income
- Large families with low income
- Low income patients with long-term or severe illness
- Recently unemployed persons
- Individuals who are unable to work due to their medical condition
Please note: Applications also available from your student intern.
Donations are the Key! Donate to Herbal Outreach
Give whatever sized donation you can and we will ensure that every cent goes to support our goal of making quality healthcare available to those who need it. Thank you for your generosity! Donations to the Herbal Outreach fund may be made at either online or at AOMA Herbal Medicine by cash, check, or credit card.
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