About Licensed Acupuncturist Lee Hurter - Community-Based Background
Licensed Acupuncturist Lee Hurter is available to the whole community. Special outreach to the LGBTQ community, working with children, individuals working with social justice issues, mental health, or non-monogamous individuals.
About Lee - Community-Based Background and Interests
My community-based volunteer work has helped shape my acupuncture practice. While my practice is open to absolutely everyone, there are a few communities I have a particular commitment to working with.
I aim to provide a safe and healing space for people with psychiatric diagnoses and/or people with self-identified mental health issues. I have done acupuncture clinics for the Recovery Learning Center, the Freedom Center, and the Recover Project.
I enjoy providing acupuncture and safe, healing spaces for LGBTQ folks and I do a monthly free acupuncture clinic for LGBTQ folks through SOL (Survivors Organizing for Liberation) and the Denver Community Health Collective.
I helped start the Denver Childcare Collective and I love working with children, parents, and parents to-be.
I strive to support people doing social justice organizing and people who are survivors of interpersonal and/or institutional violence.
In my efforts to work against interpersonal and institutional violence I have helped create Denver's Transformative Justice Collective.
I also aim to provide a comfortable space for polyamorous and/or non-monogamous folks.