On Feb. 1, join us for another evening of health and wellness resources for activists, protesters, communities in resistance and anyone needing care.
Drop in to receive sensitive, trauma- informed, solidarity wellness care. No appointment needed. Donations gladly accepted.
Services offered: NADA ear acupuncture treatments, massage, reiki, speak with a nurse or meet with a counselor.
Future events: First Fridays — March 1st, April 5th
Organized by the Healing Justice Network, Sage Community Health Collective and Chicago Action Medical
Where: Sage Community Health Collective, 2514 W. Armitage, #205. This office shares a building with 2520 W. Armitage; 2514 W. Armitage is the back entrance. Although the address is on Armitage, the entrance is in the back of the building on Bingham, close to the alley (our building is long and triangular).
When: The first Friday of every month (Feb. 1), 5-8pm
Sage Community Health Collective can be accessed from the Blue line or the Armitage, Milwaukee or Western bus routes.
Community Care Night Herbal Consults: What to expect
Herbal medicine is an approach to health and healing that looks at ways to support the entire person, not just treat a disease or symptom. To achieve this, an herbalist typically does a comprehensive intake and provides recommendations that include diet, lifestyle change, supplements and herbal remedies. These combined strategies can support your body’s natural ability to heal.
Herbal consults in a community setting, like the Community Care Nights, are only able to provide a brief review of your health concerns and provide suggestions for the immediate problem. Chronic or more complicated issues will benefit from a more in-depth intake and follow-up. Please talk to the herbalist about what approach is right for you.
Some herbal remedies are available at on-site. Donations are appreciated for any herbal remedies provided.