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Community Activated Medicine

What is CAM?

Community Activated Medicine, abbreviated to 'CAM', was coined and developed by our CEO and Founder, Lea S. Denny. CAM is where healing ways and community activism intersect to create action-oriented wellness; it is where the people are the medicine. This approach  has two parts, to inform the community and providers and to activate their action on how the be part of process in addressing the healing needed for communities and creating change for the generations of our past, and future. CAM is both a noun and verb; it is a process for mending social fabric through healing connections and the process of activating these community-informed spaces. It is where we protect and share our sacred healing traditions in collaboration with inclusive mental health ways to support the healing of the one's mind, body, heart, and spirit for the community, and the greater global plane. 

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