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H3: Health. Hope. Healing.

Our Mission: To support breast cancer patients, survivors, and loved ones, as well as those who desire to improve their wellness by providing a connection to community-based educational resources. H3 offers an abundance of information regarding alternative medical approaches towards cancer awareness, prevention and treatment. Some of the lectures and workshops H3 has offered include: BodyTalk, Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs, Move Wise, Hypnosis, Chi Gong, Psychology, Nutrition, Sex after Breast Cancer, Thai Cooking Class, Naturopathic Medicine, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT Tapping), and Ayurveda. We offer recommendations and discounts for local, alternative medical practitioners through the H3 Annual Membership Program. Still in its nascent phase, The H3 Pink Ribbon Support Line is a call-in breast cancer support program. Our volunteers call takers (all breast cancer survivors themselves), have years of personal experience to help with the often confusing, frustrating, and scary choices involved in breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Our aim is to help patients/survivors decipher all the unfamiliar terminology heaped upon the newly diagnosed and help explain some of their options. H3 will not make any decisions on a patient's behalf or provide any medical advice. Our only goal is to offer personalized peer support to any and all breast cancer patients/survivors in need, regardless of gender, age, race or ethnicity.

1935 Calais Drive, #205
Miami Beach, FL 33141

Sexologist Marilyn Volker shows H3 audience tips about intimacy and sexual desire after cancer treatment. Dr. Volker's unique style of honoring life, love and loss, as they apply to our life-long dance with intimacy. Marilyn Volker, sexuality educator for the past forty years, is a Diplomat of the American Board of Sexology and an Associate Fellow of The American Academy of Clinical Sexologists. She has served as sexuality consultant for a variety of addiction/trauma treatment facilities state and nationwide and has written many articles for publications addressing sexuality issues in recovery.