All Are Welcome Here

We welcome people of all genders, sexes, races, colors, incomes, national origins, ages, abilities or disabilities, religions, sizes and shapes, sexual orientations, and political beliefs. We do not ask for ID, insurance or referrals. We are committed to creating a clinic that is welcoming and as safe as possible for our entire community.

Boise Acupuncture Co-op

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The Mission

We provide acupuncture for all

 

Boise Acupuncture Co-op (BAC) is a non-profit, co-operative corporation that provides a safe space where people come as they are and are empowered to heal side by side in community. Our mission is to provide quality, accessible community acupuncture to all peoples.

We Charge a Sliding Scale

Finances should never be a limiting factor in your pursuit of health and wellness. We charge on a sliding scale of $15 to $40. You decide what you can pay, no questions asked. There is a $10 one time additional fee for your first appointment.

They sought out a cooperative and non-hierarchical business structure to take the spirit of community acupuncture through the entire business model, finally officially adopting a sociocratic business model in 2019.

We Started in a Garage

Have you wondered about the significance of the three birds in our logo? 

BAC started with three women and a dream in 2014 to provide accessible community acupuncture to all people. The founders envisioned a clinic large enough to support the communities' needs, and provide living wages for the employees. A year later, they converted to a non-profit to see how far they could take acupuncture since there were some who still did not have access to this care. 

 

In the first 5 years of business, BAC grew from three in a garage with 5 volunteers to 8 employees in a cozy community space with over 25 volunteers.

In the first full year of service BAC gave ___ treatments.  In 2019 we gave a total of 14,730 treatments and are currently giving approximately 400 treatments per week. We offer treatments 7 days a week, 8am to 8pm Sunday through Friday and 8am to 4pm Saturdays.