Frontline First-Aid/CPR/AED training hosted by Veterans For Peace San Francisco Chapter 69. Sherri Maurin checks Gillian Wolfe's carotid pulse during a patient-assessment class.

Frontline First-Aid/CPR/AED training hosted by Veterans For Peace San Francisco Chapter 69. Sherri Maurin checks Gillian Wolfe's carotid pulse during a patient-assessment class.

Frontline Wellness United provides no-cost integrative medical care, mental-health services and training to individuals and populations working to sustain and further nonviolent social and environmental justice.

We also provide public-health services to sustained nonviolent resistance movements by providing direct care, and by creating and maintaining the hygiene and sanitation systems necessary to sustain the health of people and agencies dedicated to nonviolent social justice. 

We promote women’s health, and maternal-and-child health in particular, as essential components of sustaining social and environmental justice. In select circumstances, we provide health-and-wellness services to individuals impacted by social injustice or other forms of intolerance

We provide care regardless of political affiliation, cultural beliefs, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender, age, or creed. 


Operating Principles 

We strive to maintain an organization that is led by women and people of color.

We believe in, and emphasize, culturally competent and safe care.

We provide care only through licensed/credentialed providers and community-approved traditional healers, and only with the informed consent of patients.

Whenever possible, we work in partnership with grassroots organizers and proactive leaders on site, in the communities we serve.

We follow best practices and standards of care. We require a commitment, on the part of our staff and volunteers, to use only nonviolent speech and nonviolent conduct when engaging with each other, patients and the public during the individual’s period of service with our agency. We are committed to nonviolence, peace and social justice.  

We adhere strictly to the regulations of HIPPA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 in the United States. We thoroughly vet all providers to ensure each is certified and/or licensed/qualified to provide care to patients.