828.682.7899 info@pathwnc.org

home remedies: community options addressing pain and stress

about the program:

If you or a loved one experience chronic pain or stress, you’ve got proven-effective, natural options to feel better, improve freedom of
movement and brighten your quality of life—right here at home!

Through Home Remedies, you will embark on a path that will engage your natural ability to heal and be happy. Attending these classes will empower you to take charge of your health and activate your body’s natural pharmacy. You’ll learn proven skills, from local licensed or certified complementary and alternative medicine providers, to relieve pain and prevent future health challenges. Get support and tools to help you rise to life’s challenges and stressors with greater ease and grace.

Join us at 5:30 pm on Monday Evenings at the Mauzy-Phillips Center Community Room at Blue Ridge Regional Hospital in Spruce Pine for FREE information sessions (calendar below).


“The speakers have been wonderful. I’ve gotten a lot of good ideas for things I can do to keep myself in good condition. I particularly enjoy the mindfulness exercises we do every week.”

“Sometimes I feel like throwing in the towel. This program has given me the courage to go on, especially when I see others dealing with the same sort of problems. This is a great support group.”

- Program Participants

this program is a partnership of:

The Mitchell-Yancey Medical Society

Advisory Board

Jim Haaga, MD
Mission Health

Colleen Hannush, LCSW
Mission Health

Schell McCall, Executive Director
Partners Aligned Toward Health

Steve North, MD
Mission Health

Basil Savitsky, Prevention Specialist
RHA Health Services

Chad Smoker, MD
Smoker Family Practice

Cassie York, Peer Support Specialist
Mountain Community Health Partnership


Margot Rossi, M.Ac.
Program Director


december, 2019


For Providers

Are you a provider who is interested in participating in the Home Remedies Initiative? Download the provider application here.


Have Questions?

For general information about the Home Remedies Program, contact PATH at 828-682-7899 or info@pathwnc.org.