After a two-year wait, Pathway to Health, a humanitarian arm of the North American Division, held a free mega-clinic in Indianapolis at the Lucas Oil Stadium. From April 17-21, 2022, the clinic served over 4,200 people in the metropolitan Indianapolis area.
As the final day of the Pathway to Health Mega Clinic concluded on Wednesday, April 20, the clinic had provided 4,225 services to the public. Patients from as far as Chicago, Illinois, and maybe beyond, came to the clinic for a chance to receive free dental, medical, vision, mental and spiritual care services.
Volunteers from across the North American Division are headed to Indianapolis, Indiana for the start of the Pathway to Health Mega Clinic which officially opens its clinic doors at the Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday, April 17. The mega clinic will provide free dental, vision, and medical healthcare to the public.
Dollie Williams was honored for her 66 years of service as community services leader in Chicago. On April 7, she was presented with a lifetime achievement pin by North American Division Adventist Community Services Director, Derrick Lea at the organization's convention in Grapevine, Texas.
ACS serves the whole person, a concept known as holistic ministry whose mission is “Serving Communities in Christ’s Name.” This year marks their 50th anniversary.
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