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SCNM SAGE FOUNDATION

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SCNM Sage Foundation provides healthcare at Valley community clinics. SCNM students work with naturopathic doctors to provide quality care to survivors of domestic violence, underserved communities in the Murphy and Roosevelt School Districts, individuals living with HIV/AIDS, women and children recovering from trauma and homelessness, and patients recovering from addiction. Learn more about the SCNM Sage Foundation’s impact on the community below.

May
20

Kyla’s Story

Kyla shares how the SCNM Sage Foundation has helped her battle addiction, anxiety and chronic pain via naturopathic medicine.
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May
12

Olga’s Story

In the video below, Olga describes her experience with the SCNM Sage Foundation community health centers and what a difference in her life it has made.
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Apr
20

SCNM’s SWHIV Clinic Aims to Lessen Pain in HIV Patients

At the Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS (SWHIV) Clinic, naturopathic doctors and student physicians are helping HIV-positive individuals alleviate the pain associated with a life-
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Apr
16

Dr. Lilia Feria – Roosevelt Health Center

Dr. Feria talks about the services that the Roosevelt Health Center provides to the surrounding community.
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Oct
20

October – Domestic Violence Awareness month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. We’re sharing a spotlight on our clinic at Sojourner Center, one of the country’s largest domestic violence shelters.
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