I recently learned of an amazing company to help you with the out of pocket costs of necessary medical care not currently covered by most insurances.
The founder, Phyllis Johnson saw first hand how her son battled, suffered and then recovered from IBD.
Phyllis, like me, was working for a “beltway bandit”. One of the government contractors around the Washington DC I-495 beltway.
She saw how costly his successful recovery was. Successful as he eventually became one of the many “All-Star Healed Heroes” I featured in the Crohn’s And Colitis Summit.
Realizing many would have difficulty with the out of pocket costs of some Integrative and Functional medical treatments, she founded efundyourhealth.org
Imagine GoFundMe, except efundyourhealth matches campaigns and provides a debit card for your alternative medical needs. Matching crowdfunding for your health needs!
With initial funding, she now has a special offer for you.
If you are working with a health practitioner in the United States, you’ll want to sign up today.
Use Practitioner Referral Code onegreatgut
If you’re a health practitioner, please share this with your patients and clients.
Here’s why: with a referring practitioner in the US, and with their initial funding you are likely to receive a matching grant up to $2,500 until the funding runs out. Update: The initial funds were used to help numerous patients raise tens of thousands of dollars. The current amount granted will vary. Just check their website to see what that current amount is.
Like GoFundMe, you just have to to share with your family, friends, social media etc..
Once you hit 10 donors you qualify! Donors can be anywhere in the world.
How amazing does this sound?
Head on over to efundyourhealth.org and sign-up today, $2,500 can go a long way in labs and supplements to help your Crohn’s or Colitis. Update: The initial funds were used to help numerous patients raise tens of thousands of dollars. The current amount granted will vary. Just check their website to see what that current amount is.
To Your Health,
Note: Originally published in May 2018, this article has been revised and updated for accuracy and thoroughness.