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Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation

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Welcome

Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1997 by the Healing Touch Program founder, Janet L. Mentgen, RN, BSN, HNC, HTCP/I. Healing Touch has been effective in demonstrating a positive impact in the health care of the global community. Healing Touch is widely respected and increasingly accepted, not only in the United States, but in many countries across the world. We are committed to spreading healing light worldwide.

Our Mission:

To receive and distribute funds to assist, encourage and advance the philosophy, objectives and techniques of Healing Touch.

Our Vision:

HTWF is the benchmark for excellence in funding Healing Touch research and outreach programs, spreading Healing Touch to communities throughout the world.

Grants are given specifically for the purposes of research into the effects of Healing Touch and to service outreach programs which provide Healing Touch across the globe.

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Janet Mentgen Vision Fund

The Janet Mentgen Vision Fund was set up in Janet’s memory to support the training of residents of foreign countries as Healing Touch Level 1, 2, and or 3 Certified Instructors.   Funding for travel to and from the US for instructor training is available for certified practitioners from countries and areas where Healing Touch instruction is not yet available or needs to be enhanced.

Read more: Janet Mentgen Vision Fund
 
Research

Below are examples of recent grant recipients and photographs of them focusing on their Healing Touch work:

Department of Neurology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine is conducting a research project aimed at the evaluation of the protective and healing effect of Healing Touch against heat stress using a nerve cell culture model.

Read more: Research
 
Education

Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation awarded a recent grant for supporting Healing Touch education in Nepal. In spring of 2010, Level 1 and 2 were taught in Kathmandu, Nepal. The faces of the Nepal culture are many and varied: Indians, Mongols, Tibetans, Sherpa, and Europeans. The basic religion is Hindu with a strong subset of Buddhism.

Bonnie Kelley-Morrow, a Healing Touch Certified Practitioner and Instructor taught Healing Touch Level 1 with 25 enthusiastic students and a Level 2 with 15 students. The HT students included a 91-year-old nurse who is the oldest practicing nurse in Nepal, a doctor, a shaman, resident doctoral students and the remainder were mostly nurses. None of the students spoke English. The hostess, Aparna Bhutta is English speaking and interpreted for Bonnie Kelley-Morrow. Aparna is pursuing her goal to become a Healing Touch Certified Instructor for Nepal, India and Thailand. She is a recipient of the Janet Mentgen Vision Fund.

Read more: Education
 
Outreach

Since 1999,The Swan Center of the Association for the Integration of the Whole Person (AIWP) instructors and practitioners have been working and teaching at Martuvam Healing Forest, Auroville, Tamil Nadu, India. Their ongoing, outreach program is designed as a humanitarian, cross-cultural Healing Touch training program for an impoverished population in India and Sri Lanka.

Read more: Outreach
 
Animals

Janet Mentgen initiated an Animals Section to the Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation after the death her family’s pet.

Read more: Animals
 
HTWF Fund for HTPA


HTWF Fund for HTPA

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Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation has established a Fund to support Volunteer Service and Special Interest Projects administered by Healing Touch Professional Association (HTPA). 

Healing Touch Volunteer Service is provided through HTPA's Community Connections' Volunteer Bank. Examples of Volunteer Service are Healing Touch to the Military and HT Disaster Response (including Healing Touch Practitioner Preparedness).

The HTWF Fund for HTPA makes it possible to bring Healing Touch Volunteer Services to local and worldwide Communities.

HTPA, in co-operation with Healing Touch Program (HTP) has established Community Connections which administers HT Volunteer Service, providing the avenue for Healing Touch practitioners to actively participate in Special Interest Projects by joining the Community Connections' Volunteer Bank.

Read more: HTWF Fund for HTPA
 

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Healing Touch Worldwide Foundation, Inc. 18126 Spellbrook Drive, Houston, TX 77084 Tel: 281-856-8340 Email