October Offer: $15 treatments for POCA members

Will you join us?

group of students in front of map of North America showing many POCA clinics
“POCA Tech students come from all over the country to study liberation acupuncture in Portland, Oregon” – Janis Aura, photo from 2018

If you appreciate having Boston Acupuncture Project in your neighborhood, consider joining POCA, the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. POCA is a multi-stakeholder cooperative of patients, providers, clinics, and organizations working together to increase accessibility to and availability of affordable group acupuncture treatments.

Boston Acupuncture Project wouldn’t be here without our co-op. That’s why we’re saying “thank you!” in October by offering $15 treatments for all new and current POCA members, all month long.

Annual Dues

Photo by Justine Myers, Lic.Ac., Acupuncture Together; see blog post “Increasing Access to Another Safe and Effective Treatment for Addiction in Massachusetts

POCA dues for community members are on a sliding scale from $25 – $100 per year. You decide what to pay. Just like our treatments, membership is the same no matter what you pay on the sliding scale. Your dues fund projects like:

A POCA membership is an opportunity for you to help others receive care, while also benefiting yourself and your loved ones with some great perks.

Membership Benefits

Orange POCA logo showing recliner outlined in white with white words that say POCA People's Organizatio of Community Acupuncture
POCA logo: People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture, pocacoop.com

A POCA membership can pay for itself in a few treatments. Benefits include:

Plus, Boston Acupuncture Project runs POCA member specials in May and October.

As POCA members we are creating jobs, creating community, and creating a healthier future for everyone. We hope you will join us. To sign up for a membership go to: https://www.pocacoop.com/join-page

If you have any questions please check out POCA’s website (pocacoop.com), or ask your acupuncturist how much POCA means to them!