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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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COVID-19 Clinic Closure Updates

Updated: Mar 29

COVID-19 Clinic Closure March 27, 2020



We are following the recommendation of the Governor and of our Idaho Acupuncture Association and remaining closed at this time. Please continue to check in for updates.


The decision to close your clinic is a heavy one. We know how many people rely on acupuncture as a fundamental part of their healthcare. However, given the recommendations by officials and our wish to keep patients, volunteers, employees and greater community safe, we will be closing until it seems safe to be open. We thank you in advance for your support and patience and look forward to when the community can come together and rest.


Boise Acupuncture Co-op will remain active on social media, so you can stay connected to the clinic. Expect self-care tips for boosting immunity, strengthening and healing your respiratory system, and calming anxiety in the near future.


In these unprecedented times, there is a silver lining. When there are few robust social safety nets to protect the most vulnerable in our community, local networks and organizations step-up to fill those needs. We must rely on community support for isolated seniors, immunocompromised folks, those experiencing homelessness, inmates, workers without pay protections, small businesses and nonprofits, those who are un or under-insured, undocumented workers, those experiencing food insecurity, and more. We hope that you all will stay connected (from a distance) to your communities and support networks in whatever ways you can. If you are able, support the organizations that are doing the groundwork to serve our vulnerable community members. If you are in need of resources, please reach out to the incredible organizations in our area.


Click here for a living document of local community resources


Additional Resources:CDC https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Central District Health https://www.cdhd.idaho.gov/

American Society of Acupuncturists https://www.asacu.org/wp-content/uploads/ASA-COVID-19-Info-Sheet.pdf

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