May 202014

ar-2013-coverRoots of Health continues to grow, with 2013 marking our fourth year of operations.

During the year, we continued our health education and delivery of clinical services in our six community sites, and we also began a Financial Literacy Program. These new classes aim to help our community clients break out of poverty by teaching them skills to better manage their resources.

We also intensified teaching efforts in local high schools and universities, providing more young people with critical information that will help them make better decisions in the future.

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