Sunny Dawn Johnston is a gentle, loving and supportive psychic medium and spiritual teacher. She has helped thousands of people across the country find their personal spiritual connection, recognize and "own" their natural spiritual gifts, and listen to their inner truth.
Though their disciplines and specialties may vary, the team at Aletris Center agrees that the true definition of health is more far-reaching, and more complex, than a mere lack of disease. The goal at their center is to combine natural and alternative medicine with the best of conventional healthcare available. They apply this preventative, comprehensive, naturopathic philosophy to an extensive roster of ailments from acid reflux to weight gain.
As the staff members' backgrounds vary, so do the treatments they offer, which include acupuncture, holistic pelvic care, chiropractic care, and colon hydrotherapy. Other specialties include naturopathic medicine, natural hormone therapy, women's health, and pediatrics.
The Ageless Men's Health team helps patients become healthier and more energetic at multiple clinics across the nation. The team specializes in testosterone-replacement therapy, helping men overcome the fatigue associated with the testosterone drop known as andropause. Refreshing testosterone stores in the body can also have an anti-aging effect, which is why the clinicians are happy to help their clients with their testosterone cypionate injections.
In 2010, Crisis Nursery’s Children’s Shelter cared for 505 children with 24/7 emergency services. 46% of the young people admitted are homeless, 40% face parental health and psychological problems and abuse, and 23% undergo domestic violence, abuse, and neglect at home. The shelter satisfies immediate needs with new clothing and medical attention, and comprehensive services also include educational opportunities and behavioral services with nurturing staff members to help make young people feel at ease during traumatic periods. Crisis Nursery also works with parents to help resolve the crisis and get kids safely back into homes. An overnight stay for one person costs the organization $75, including staff supervision, housing including utilities and phone service, a day's worth of food, and program supplies.