Healing Hands Project Provides Menstrual Hygiene Products to Young Women in Need
Dr. Rachel Fidino, CEO and owner of New U Women’s Clinic and Aesthetics, and founder of the Healing Hands Project has been contacted by Wellspring Living in Atlanta Georgia for help with young girls rescued from sex trafficking. The girls receive transformative care through therapeutic services, education, life skills and personal and professional development. The Healing Hands Project has sent 1500 free menstrual hygiene supply kits and educational information to assist them during their 90 day stay in the program. “We are so grateful for this help”, Dr. Heather Quaile, Medical Administrator for the Wellspring Living Receiving Hope Center noted.
HHP was also contacted by a middle school in Brooklyn New York for kits as well.
“Our non-profit started as a way to provide free hygiene kits to homeless women throughout the Pacific Northwest. The need is nationwide. We are able to do this with the help of generous donors” Dr. Fidino explains.
New U Women’s Clinic & Aesthetics offers a unique experience for women with specialized services that are not offered anywhere else in the Tri-Cities region. The Clinic is a one-stop solution to handle virtually every aspect of a female’s life.
The mission of The Healing Hands Project is to empower women with dignity, knowledge, and basic human rights by improving menstrual health, access to necessities and quality of life.
For more information go to www.thehealinghandsproject.org.
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