Heal One World

Rating: 4.9 stars   61 reviews

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3503 W. Pico Blvd Los Angeles CA 90019 USA


Heal One World was formed to help connect people in need of preventative healthcare, non-traditional/complementary modalities, natural non-invasive treatments and guidance learning self help techniques that are generally not covered by insurance, and offer access to this help on a sliding scale, free or donation basis.

Target demographics:

low-income community members at large- special youth programs.

Geographic areas served:

Los Angeles, CA


Yoga, clinic

2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

I serve on the board and I am always amazed at the things we are able to accomplish as a all volunteer led and run organiztion. The amazing teacher volunteers are so wonderful and the great student volunteers who help put together the festival and health fair. It can't go unsaid the fearless Skye Kelly leads the way with unwavering fortitude! I love being a part of this organization from being a patient to being on the board!

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Rating: 5 stars  

I am so proud to be on the board of this organization, the Executive Director and all of the volunteers go above what you can imagine to make a difference in this community, across Los Angeles with Bresee, Venice Family Clinic and more. The fact that everyone is a volunteer is an incredible feat. This is an organization that is going places, spreading healing, knowledge and empowerment. I only wish I could do even more. I am inspired everyday but their work that I get to help foster in small ways.

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