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Atlanta HEAL - Support Group


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Atlanta HEAL is a part of one of the oldest organizations in the world concerned about the health effects of environmental exposures. HEAL is your source for information about your environment and health.

HEAL's purpose is to serve those whose health has been adversely affected by environmental exposures, to provide information to those concerned about the health effects of chemicals, and to alert the general public about the potential dangers of chemicals.

The Atlanta HEAL Chapter has monthly meetings with presentations from alternative healers, environmental practitioners and other related people. Each meeting is also an opportunity to share ideas and thoughts with other members.




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  Atlanta HEAL - A Support Group for People with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) / Environmental Illness.

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