Grand Opening: New Clinic 10/31 with Donation only day 11/1

22 Oct

 

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Why move?

As many of your know, our clinic building, the oldest building in Downtown Las Cruces, has been falling apart and parking has been worsening over the past year, which has forced us to look for a new space.  This new spot, directly across from NMSU’s new theater, near the interstate for out of town patients, will make it easier for people of all backgrounds and neighborhoods in our city to access our affordable care.   In addition, increased handicap-accessible parking will be located near the entrance of the building.

Photo below, from Carli, Ashley, Justin and Ryan: “Here’s the stairs you can take up to our new clinic come Monday 10/31 on University. Elevators are right around the corner too!”

Improved clinic experience

The University clinic, in a brand new building, features  mostly solar lighting and views of nature for patients as they relax and receive treatments in our comfortable recliners in a down-to-earth, community setting.  It will also be easy for everyone to find:  Right above Jimmy Johns, next to Starbucks, on University near the exit ramps of Interstate 25 and I-10 as well.

Grand Opening

On Halloween, our first day, if you wear a costume to our clinic you’ll get $10 off!

As part of the grand opening, Crossroads will offer a donation only acupuncture day benefit for Flores de Juarez, their community health project in Mexico on Tuesday 11/1 10am-6pm.

Celebrating 5 years

As Crossroads approaches their 5 year anniversary, this is a big step towards making it easier to assist people in the borderlands for everyday pain and stress management, for aiding with chronic illness, as well as for helping people recover from injury and sickness. Crossroads will also continue to offer trainings for health promoters and counselors in techniques like acudetox at this new space, and support for heath workers at Community of Hope, FYI, NMSU Counseling Center, Alianza, the Catholic Dioceses of Juarez and Tarahumara and St Luke’s Health Clinic.

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