Duet: Partners in Health & Aging
Duet is a non-profit interfaith organization that promotes health and well-being through a broad range of services to homebound adults, caregivers, faith communities and grandparents raising grandchildren.
Integrative Health Center, UofA
The University of Arizona Integrative Health Center will treat you to a level of customer service unparalleled in the industry.
You will receive a full spectrum of primary care services, where your physician will take interest in you as a whole person (taking into account any existing health conditions, lifestyle, diet and exercise) and provide you with a broad range of conventional and complementary health services to best suit your needs. A team of practitioners will work together to guide you in finding your own path to health and wellness.
Community of Hope
The Community of Hope trains volunteer lay people to participate in Christian communities committed to pastoral care. Pastoral care is when a person is being “present” in a listening, compassionate, non-controlling manner to an individual or group for the purpose of consciously or unconsciously representing God to them and seeking to respond to their spiritual needs.
Contact: Chuck Sowinski
Good Food Allies
Good Food Finder
GOOD FOOD ALLIES is a grassroots-focused implementation services and peer-to-peer relations firm dedicated to sustainable and profitable livability for small-scale farmers and artisan food producers. We work with farmers, ranchers, artisans and their support systems to foster innovative business models, cultivate like-minded networks, promote good food awareness and ensure success metrics. CLICK HERE
Keogh Health Connection
Keogh Health Connection connects underserved individuals and families in need to healthcare and community resources.
Maricopa Integrated Health System
Maricopa Integrated Health System will be a preferred health care provider available to all people of Maricopa County, an effective financial steward of resources, and a nationally-recognized leader in creating new partnerships and collaborations that will be models of excellent health care delivery.
Just Eating Program
The Just Eating? curriculum will help you better understand the relationship between our Christian heritage and our food. Drawing on Jesus’ story and the rituals of the Christian faith, this curriculum examines four aspects of our lives with food:
• the health of our bodies
• the access others have to food
• the health of the earth, which our food choices influence, and
• the ways we use food to extend hospitality and enrich relationships.
Contact: Kate Foster
Mental Illness Awareness and Education
Raising awareness and advocating regarding mental illness issues that effects 1 in 4 individuals, their families and our community.
Contact: Lane Perdue
United Blood Services- Blood drive
United Blood Services is a non-profit community blood center, providing blood and blood products for local area hospitals throughout the United States. We exist to make a difference in people’s lives by bringing together the best people, inspiring individuals to donate blood, producing a safe and ample blood supply, advancing cutting-edge research and embracing continuous quality improvement.
Hospice of the Valley
Hospice of the Valley provides compassionate end-of-life care. We support patients and families and relieve suffering in all realms – physical, emotional and spiritual. Our staff is available 24/7. Most services are delivered in patients’ homes. We serve thousands of families every day throughout central Arizona, including greater Phoenix. No one is ever turned away from Hospice of the Valley because of inability to pay.
Cathedral Health Services
The Mission of Cathedral Health Services, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is to help save lives and maintain quality of life through education, early detection, and prevention of life-threatening cardiovascular disease and related risk factors.
To that end, we commit ourselves to providing quality preventive health care screening services to everyone at affordable prices, to educating the public on healthy living practices and to caring for the health concerns of the underserved and underinsured public through our community outreach programs.
INTERFAITH COOPERTAIVE MINISTRIES
Maricopa County is fortunate to have an example of a “grass roots”, “faith based”, ecumenical organization which has worked for twenty years to fill gaps in the social safety net. INTERFAITH COOPERTAIVE MINISTRIES is the result of (a) perceived need, (b) determination to make positive efforts, (c) the ecumenical cooperation of a broad spectrum of the religious community, (d) the contribution of some areas of private enterprise, and (e) the dedication, skills, and abilities of many people over the years.
Contact: Robert Hagerty