My love for H&H began in November 2020 — a time when my body was wracked with anxiety and change.
The tender care provided by Christina, David, and others at H&H left a strong impact on me, and I fell hard for the way that H&H not only brings people together through community care, but also how connected to social justice and transformative change the space is. H&H has not only provided me with relief beyond measure, becoming a fundamental part of my self-care plan, but has also been a crucial component of my building understanding of what community care can and should look like.
Whether it’s a quiet afternoon appointment, or an event night such as the “Dope is Death” screening in April 2022, H&H empowers its clients to show up with vulnerability, open hearts and minds, and trust that this work goes beyond healthcare. This space has made me feel so seen and held in its holistic approaches, and I would not be where I am today without H&H.
Thank you especially to Christina and David who have supported me through many exam seasons, sleepless nights, chronic pain flareups, and moments of dysregulation. There is no other space I feel safer or more supported to get poked, accept surrender, and feel release.
You are the best!!!