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Healing Hands for Humanity (H3)

Healing Hands for Humanity is a humanitarian organization involving student interns, Doctors of Chiropractic and Licensed Acupuncturists from Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, California. The organization provides free, consistent healthcare to under-served populations; specializing in chiropractic care and acupuncture.

What We Do
















Under the supervision of a Licensed chiropractor and acupuncturist, Doctor of Chiropractic and Doctor of Acupuncture students in their final year of studies provide physical exams, nutritional advice, injury rehabilitation, massage therapy, pain management, chiropractic manipulation and acupuncture treatments to those in need.

Who We Work With


H3 was founded more than a decade ago and has been providing invaluable medical care to facilities and health fairs throughout Southern California ever since.   H3 has ongoing and successful relationships with the Spiritt Counseling Center of Whittier,  Substance Abuse Foundation of Long Beach, Pomona Purpose Church Outreach Program, Orange County Stand Down for Veterans, UCLA Vietnamese Community Health Fair, OC Free Clinic, Anaheim Health Fair, UCLA Korean Community Health Fair, and Rosemead Health Fair to name a few.

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Summer 2018 Schedule

Membership Information

Membership fees are $30 per year (covers 3 terms). This fee helps to pay for supplies, snacks, scrubs, and other resources we may provide to clinical students and patients. You may pay either online or cash the day of your first event. Event registration forms open a month prior to the event date. A confirmation or waitlist email will be sent out the Monday or Tuesday before the event.

Please feel free to contact for more information.


At the Event

Treating interns (T7 and above) will take histories, perform focused regional and physical exams, as well as perform the actual treatment.

Non-treating interns: Students not yet in clinic, or clinical students looking to complete service hours only can act as a "pre-intern". Pre-interns assist with front desk tasks, histories, and depending on current term can help take vitals or assist in performing exams. We are always looking for translators as well, which T7 and above clinical students can receive service hours for.

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