To Empower Individuals As It Relates To Their Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Well-Being
- By providing, preventative, palliative and curative care
( our yearly/ biannual) trips
- CPR and first aid classes
- Diabetes instructions, dietary plans, exercise programs
- Emotional support
- Mentorship programs
- Family support, dealing with parental issues( social worker)
- Spiritual guidance – dealing with challenges from a Godly perspective
- Scholarship funds for needy families
Message From The President
After 12 years of building and serving we were able to open our community health center in June 2018. This is a very exciting time for the Impact Life family and those we serve.
We saw over 257 patients during our trip in June including several physicals for students returning to school. Impact Life provides excellent care to everyone we serve both at home and abroad. Our team of volunteers are passionate about the call on their lives and are willing to go above and beyond of what’s required.
What’s new since the opening:
- Air conditioning unit installed in the Pharmacy
- Four security Lights installed around the building.
- We started an evening Institute for adult learners
What's to come:
- New literacy class for non and slow readers
- CPR and First Aid class
- Two day follow up patient care in December
What's in the works:
- We are working on having a doctor/public health nurse on site at least once per month.
- Waiting to hear from the Ministry of Health regarding using the facility for their community visits.
Our Most Recent Mission Trip
Total Patients Seen
During The Mission Trip To
Bunkers Hill Health Center, Jamaica
Our Volunteers Are Amazing
Physicians’ primary duties include providing preventive treatment, evaluating clients, diagnosing their issues, and coming up with a treatment plan. They also educate patients on medical conditions and preventative care when possible.
NPs possess unique attitudes, skills and knowledge, which qualify them to diagnose illnesses, treat conditions, and provide evidence-based health education to their patients from diverse populations.
Registered nurses assist health care providers in providing treatment to patients suffering from various medical conditions. Nurses administer medication, monitor patient recovery and progress, and educate patients and their families on disease prevention.
Physical therapists evaluate and treat abnormal physical function by examining each individual and developing a plan, using treatment techniques to promote the ability to move, reduce pain, restore function, and prevent disability.
Social workers protect vulnerable children and support families in need of assistance, help people solve and cope with challenges in every stage of their lives, and also diagnose and treat mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.
Pastoral counselors are trained mental health professionals that provide both psychological therapy and spiritual guidance to individuals, couples, families, and groups in various settings.
Spiritual counseling is a reflective listening and faith-filled prayer, that helps remind an individual that we are immersed in Spirit and God is always present in every situation, as a constant resource and a mirror to guide us in what needs to be healed or learned. Spiritual Counseling helps an individual relate spiritual principles and law to stories and situations that they find themselves in.
Librarians are responsible for acquiring, organizing, managing and distributing library resources, and ensuring that library provision meets the needs of all its users. As a people-focused role, librarians manage learning resources while keeping the library users’ needs in mind.
GIVE SO OTHERS CAN LIVE
Help us meet our goal for mission 2019 of
This helps cover medications and supplies,scholarship funds, support programs and shipping costs.
The time to give is now!!!!