According to 2021 Healing Hands Luncheon Co-Chairs Gina and Ken Betts and Amy and Paul Wilson,
“Healing Hands Ministries has changed its name to HHM Health to reflect the agency’s role in providing healthcare throughout the Dallas and surrounding areas. We are proud to serve as chairmen of an important inaugural event, especially during a time of uncertainty regarding healthcare, to promote the new name and garner support for such a worthwhile organization.
“HMH Health is a faith-based community health center that provides culturally competent health service with compassion to all walks of life.
“The first official fund-raising event under the new moniker will be an in-person luncheon on Thursday, October 14, featuring Tim Brown, a Dallasite, NFL Hall of Famer and Heisman Trophy Winner, as the featured speaker at the Dallas Arboretum.
“The Rosewood Foundation and the Caroline Rose Hunt Family will be honored with a special award for their generous support of our Rosewood Vision Center and their commitment to vision healthcare. Civic leader Pam Busbee is honorary chair for the inaugural luncheon.
“HMH Health (formerly Healing Hands Ministries) has seven service lines including behavioral health, dental, pediatric, two family practice clinics, women’s clinic and the Rosewood Vision Center. During 2020, Healing Hands had more than 47,000 patient visits.
“Since its inception in 2007, HMH Health has continued to serve the uninsured and underserved in Dallas and surrounding areas with compassionate, quality, and affordable healthcare.
“HHM Health leaders emphasize that quality healthcare is a basic human need and many in our community who are living in poverty do not have access to quality care. We believe HHM is critical to solving this problem by providing barrier-free access to quality healthcare to many of those in need. Most importantly, HMH Health never closed its doors to their patients, even during the worldwide pandemic.
“We would be honored to have your participation and support of HMH Health’s important mission. For more information, visit hhmhealth.org.”
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