Statement of Values
Based upon the example of our Lord Jesus Christ, we are dedicated to serve a diverse community. We are committed to love and respect all persons, regardless of a patient’s religious beliefs, and to demonstrate integrity in our words and actions.
There is a Place for You
There is a place for everyone at His Hands. You do not need a medical degree to serve our community. We need volunteers for everything from office work to fundraising to providing medical, dental, and chiropractic care. All healthcare providers must be licensed in the state of Iowa.
Help Us Fill the Gap
There are approximately 10,000 uninsured and underinsured residents in Cedar Rapids and surrounding communities. The care we provide helps reduce the need for hospital visits and uncompensated care, which frees up resources our patients might otherwise seek. The need is great and growing.
Your Heart to His Hands
His Hands absorbs 100% of the costs of care so that our patients can have the free, quality healthcare that they need. None of this would be possible without the support of our amazing community. The gift of time, talent, and treasure is so very appreciated and makes a tangible difference in the lives of our neighbors.
Recent Updates from His Hands
While the world may send pressure with the message, “Your burdens are too much. No one wants to hear about them. It is easy to believe the lie that we have to be strong all the time. I am here to tell you today that your burden is not too much for someone to want to hear.
If you wait and wait until you are ready to contribute in some great way, most of us would wait our entire lives without ever taking action. So put yourself out there. Make a small gesture of kindness, and do it with great love. See the impact a small thing can have. Then do another small thing. Then another.
The science boils down to this, the more trauma someone is exposed to, the more likely he or she will resort to these trauma responses, even when a trauma response isn’t warranted. Why does this matter? Researchers are now beginning to call trauma the next public health crisis.