Health for Humanity offers virtual and physical conferences to address new concepts and models with hopes of bringing vision into action. The goal is to learn from each other on how to redefine health care, implement models into daily practice, and integrate spiritual and social concepts while serving individuals and communities.
"Regard man as a mine rich in gems of inestimable value.
Education can, alone, cause it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit therefrom." -Bahá'u'lláh
"Profound forces of change are reshaping the American social fabric. Rapidly shifting cultural, economic and moral boundaries are altering the very nature and structure of social reality. Such changes demand a new frame of reference in addressing societal challenges and needs. Emerging opportunities as well as vulnerabilities call for innovative models of social interchange, collaboration and organization. As the American nation adapts to a radically different global context, the noble ideals of equality, liberty and justice that animated its founding must find expression in new forms of social learning and development..." National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States. In Service to the Common Good: The American Baha'i Community's Commitment to Social Change. Page 2. 2004
Health Care and Social Action, presented by Health for Humanity and the Wilmette Institute, will examine existing models of health and wellness and explore concepts in the Baha’i writings that might contribute to these models. This course is ideal for students, health-care professionals, and others seeking an opportunity for discourse and action in the health-care field. It is not a course on health and healing for those interested in health subjects.