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Highland Park: A Journey to Health + Wellness

Amidst the bustling streets of Richmond, VA, a transformation towards community health and well-being is taking place. The old Bank of America building, a once iconic structure, has given way to a new vision: a vision of hope, wellness, community, and care. This is the story of the Six Points Community Health Hub. A place where individuals and families in need can come together to receive comprehensive and compassionate care, bridging the gap on health disparities and creating a pathway to wellness in Highland Park.

Leading this effort is the HandUp Community Resource Center, a local organization committed to improving the health and wellness of the community. Together with partners such as Hanbury, Commonshare Pharmacy, Maggie Walker Land Trust, and more, HandUp is creating a one-stop shop where all members of the community can access primary and preventative care, as well as pharmaceutical services. The Hub adopts a patient-centered approach, prioritizing the needs and well-being of those it serves in all decision-making.

To celebrate the launch of this initiative, HandUp is hosting a series of community engagement events to gain a deeper understanding of the needs and aspirations of the Highland Park community. These inclusive gatherings serve as a platform for diverse perspectives and ideas, promoting transparency and inclusivity. The goal is to foster a sense of community ownership and trust, ensuring that the Hub is a true reflection of the community it serves.

The Six Points Community Health Hub truly represents the future of healthcare. A place where the community can come together to address their health and wellness needs, and where healthcare professionals can provide care with compassion and empathy.  More than a building, the hub is a symbol of hope and a catalyst for change, helping to create a healthier, happier, and more equitable society for all.

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