The Solution is HEAL Complete
Award Winner for Innovation and Collaboration
from ProLiteracy, an international literacy organization.
The Schroeder Center for Health Policy at The College of William & Mary
found that HEAL participants gained statistically significant knowledge and confidence in health topics.
What participants have to say
“The best thing about the HEAL class is that I learned new English words, so now I can describe how I feel when I call the doctor. I didn’t know the difference between Urgent Care and the Emergency Room. Now I know when I need help I can go to Urgent Care if it’s not an emergency. The HEAL class is terrific!”
“Low literacy is a barrier to good health, and we need more innovative programs like HEAL to help solve this problem. If you have a patient with low literacy, I recommend that you refer them to HEAL.”