Join us throughout the month of October for Women’s Health Institutue and Holy Cross Hospital’s annual campaign to raise awareness about breast health. Proceeds from these events benefit Cancer Support Services, a program of Holy Cross Hospital.
Keep your breasts healthy!
Do a breast self-exam once a month
Proceeds from Paint Taos Pink events will benefit Taos Cancer Support Services. This program responds to the needs of people with cancer and their families, needs that go beyound medical treament. We link people experiencing cancer with trusted local businesses to help meet basic needs, ease stress, and promote healing.
Wednesday, October 7 | 5:30-7:00 PM
Trading Post Café | 4179 NM 689, Ranchos de Taos
Join us for a wellness hour with Tim Moore, MD, OB/GYN, Jeff Schenck, Clinical Imaging Director, and Stephanie Martinez, Registered Mammography Technologist.
Come relax, learn about women's health, and ask your questions. The presentation is free and you can order food and drinks fro, the Trading Post menu.
MAKE A RESERVATION ONLINE or call (575) 751-8909.
Thursday, October 8 | 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Graphic Impressions & Veloy Vigil Fine Arts | 107 Morada Lane
Bid on art from local artists, as well as gift certificates and services from local businesses. Enjoy great food from Holy Cross Hospital’s Chef Matthew Currey and wine from Vivác Winery.
October 12-16 - All week long
A printable list of classes, locations, instructors, and times is available.
Download/print the schedule
WEAR PINK to raise awareness
Share photos of your colleagues, friends, and family wearing pink on Facebook or Twitter. #painttaospink
Saturday, October 17 | 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Enos Garcia Elementary School Gym | 305 Don Fernando Street, Taos
Each night from 10/12 through 10/16, dine at one of our sponsoring restaurants. A portion of the profits will benefit cancer support services.
Holy Cross Hospital's Cancer Support Services, supported by For the Health of It!, provides non-medical supports to people in Taos & Colfax Counties who are struggling with cancer. These services support emotional well-being and ensure that basic needs are met, in order to ease the strain, promote healing and improve the quality of the life for patients and their family members during a most difficult time.
Services include: Health care navigation,House Cleaning, Personal Care, Errands, Massage, Weekly Yoga, Feldenkrais®, Fitness, Health, and Cancer Coaching, Assistance with Transportation, Lodging, and Food, Grief and Loss Support.
We also offer the following support groups:
Under the new Affordable Care Act, beginning in January 2014 all Americans will be eligible for and are required to have health insurance. Learn more about the Affordable Care Act here.
Open Enrollment for 2015 will begin on November 15, 2014.
THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: An interactive look
This website from the University of Southern California (USC) shows you what changes you can expect to see in health care. Follow this link to see the website. Click on the various icons to reveal information.
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