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Ensuring the 9/11 community and veterans get the health care services they need.  Bringing providers, patients, and functional medicine together to help improve health and well-being.

About Affinity Healthcare Advocates (AHA)


Patients seeing multiple specialists scramble to keep track of treatment plans. Confusing insurance coverage and hidden guidelines pose challenges to even the most informed patients. Healthcare advocacy can play a vital role in easing the burden patients experience while navigating the healthcare system.

Affinity Healthcare Advocates (AHA) provides comprehensive support for the 9/11 and Veterans communities who often have complex medical issues. Our team of advocates collaborates with patients, doctors, and insurance companies. AHA connects individuals to specialists who focus on Whole Health. AHA works directly with patients to achieve their healthcare goals through traditional and Integrative medicine treatments and therapies.


Examples of some of the medical treatments and therapies that AHA may direct patients to include, among others, acupuncture, biofeedback, clinical hypnosis, guided imagery, massage therapy, meditation, Tai Chi/Qigong, yoga, vitamin drips and physical activity. These treatments, along with other clinical preventive services, can offer effective strategies in preventing the development of chronic conditions. Studies confirm that access to well care improves an individual’s sense of their own health and well-being.

When we incentivize a holistic, appropriate use of health care resources, we also seek to reduce financial strain on individuals and their families. In fact, utilizing Functional Medicine treatments can be cost effective strategies for lowering the overall cost of healthcare.

We have joined the VMHLC to advocate for The Breakthrough Therapies Act

We are proud to announce our collaboration with the LG NOVA coalition to bring together partners in agriculture, environment and healthcare to create a global universal change we call Psychosocial medicine.

We are a 501 (c)(3) organization.

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