Crossroads Community Supported Healthcare has several current openings for volunteers to serve in our project in the border region. Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Community health project planning, development and research
- People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture (POCA) outreach coordinator for the Las Cruces/El Paso region
- Fair trade partnership program in Latin America
- Art gallery curator
- Media, outreach and marketting
- Administrative assistant
- Acupuncture Detoxification Specialists
- Acupuncturists and acupuncture teachers
- Translators and Interpretors (English/Spanish)
- Bilingual volunteers encourage to apply!
About Crossroads Acupuncture
As a non-profit social enterprise Crossroads Acupuncture makes healthcare accessible and affordable in three ways: Providing low-cost services, training health provides in cost-effective techniques, and helping underserved groups to establish and sustain their own community-supported projects. Learn more.
Our clinic in Las Cruces, New Mexico
We have a large, growing clinic in Downtown Las Cruces, NM, and have provided more than 10,000 treatments since we started in March 2012. We now have 2 acupuncturists, 13 recliners, 2 tables. We treat a diverse group of people for a variety of medical and mental health issues and see average of 170 patients per week, with visits costing as low as $5 per patient. Massage therapists offer services at Crossroads, as well. Our clients travel from within a 100-mile radius to receive treatments, including Alamogordo, northern Mexico, El Paso, TX and Truth or Consequences, and we are the only Community Acupuncture clinic within 4 hours.
Our training and consultation program in the border region
Through training programs and consultation services, Crossroads and our partner groups have helped provide over 20,000 free treatments in the US/Mexico Border region since 2011. Through this we also have a network of established providers here in the region that offer treatments across a continuum of care, including homeless services, detoxification, domestic violence groups, pastoral care, as well as outpatient mental health, addictions, and veterans care. Groups we work with include a homeless shelter and the St. Luke’s Health Clinic at Community of Hope’s homeless campus in Las Cruces. The current opening, depending on the applicant’s experience and talents, may involve working within this aspect of our program.
Learn more at crossroadsacupuncture.com