NeoHealth donates to Help-In-Crisis

Present for the donation from NeoHealth to Help-In-Crisis were, from left: Mary Mouse, Ashley Barthel, Dr. Wallace Champlain, Laura Kuester, Brittany Dunn, and Whitney Richmond.

Northeastern Oklahoma Community Health Centers Inc. recently contributed to Help-In-Crisis. NeoHealth OB/GYN and NeoHealth Pediatrics raised funds during NeoHealth's Fifth Annual Holiday Raffle.

Clinic staff chose to donate funds to the Help-In-Crisis in Tahlequah.

Laura Kuester, director of Help-In-Crisis, accepted the donation on behalf of the charity.

"Thank you for blessing us with such a generous donation. Your hard work will allow us to provide safety, shelter, and crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Thank you for caring enough to make a difference," said Kuester.

Wallace Champlain, director of NeoHealth OB/GYN, said the staff is pleased to make the donation.

"We chose the shelter as our charity because of the important services they provide to women in their time of need," said Champlain.

NeoHealth OB/GYN and NeoHealth Pediatrics are in the Tahlequah Medical Center at 1500 E. Downing. Walk-ins and new patients are welcome.

NeoHealth provides affordable, quality health care to everyone. Medicare and Medicaid are accepted, as well as third-party insurance and private pay. Uninsured patients may qualify for a discount. For more information about services and locations, visit www.neohealth.org.