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HEAL of Southern Arizona

Chemical Sensitivity Support Group
HEALSoAZ has been helping members learn how to cope with MCS since 1983, in addition to educating the public about MCS and the health effects of chemicals. We are a chapter of the Human Ecology Action League and welcome new members. 





         Support Group: members share coping strategies and friendship

         Quarterly Newsletter, Ecologic News

         Meetings: sharing, occasional guest speakers

         Help-line: volunteers listen and provide information

         HEAL Community Bulletin Board: e-mail notices about housing needs and availability, help wanted, items to sell or give away, safety bulletins, ets.

         Telephone Network: volunteers notify members of meetings and announcements

         Social activities: picnics, potlucks, parties for special occasions

         MCS Awareness Week 2005, Celebrations and Projects: (first full week in May): Community outreach, publicity, library display, public lectures, special activities, party for members


Other services

         Brochure, "Are Chemicals Affecting Your Health" SEE and Order

         Resource information, including sources for safe products, member-recommended health practitioners, recommended books and tapes

         Lending Library: books and tapes on MCS and related subjects, back issues of the Human Ecologist


Media Coverage

Archived local newspaper articles about HEAL of Southern Arizona and/or Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.


HEALSoAZ Advisory Panel

Iris Bell, M.D., Ph.D.
Brian Cabin, M.D., P.C.
Robert Crago, Ph.D.
Michael R. Gray, M.D., M.P.H, C.I.M.E.
Ann McCampbell, M.D.
Pamela Morford, M.D.,M.D.(H)
Mark Sneller, Ph.D.
John Sullivan, M.D.
Hunter Yost, M..D.




Join our chapter!


Annual membership: $10.00 Includes quarterly newsletter. Additional contributions are welcome.

Send check along with your name, address, phone, and e-mail address to:

PO Box 36688
Tucson, AZ 85740



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