Heal from the outside in


With your help, AIH provides financial support for integrated, healing therapies for those suffering from trauma. You can change a Hero’s life by sponsoring or contributing to a personal grant for a series of healing sessions.

In their own words.

Watch this 5-minute video to learn how integrated healing including CranioSacral Therapy (CST) has positively impacted the lives of these veterans.

Integrated Healing for Veterans, Active Duty Service Members, First Responders and Their Families

Healing is possible for Heroes living with trauma and pain. Integrated healing modalities unlock the body’s natural ability to heal.

For Heroes whose insurance does not or does not adequately cover this treatment, AIH removes financial barriers so that they can heal.

Anyone in the Military and First-Responder community can apply for a personal grant from AIH for themselves or a loved one.

Healing Trauma Through Integrated Therapies

All military service members and first responders with access to integrated healing therapies report profoundly positive impacts on trauma recovery and a drastically improved quality of life. Intermittent if any insurance coverage presents a barrier to this life-changing treatment. Our nation’s Heroes are often cut off from treatment in the midst of their healing, which hinders recovery.

The Association for Integrated Healing (AIH) provides scholarships for healing sessions to individuals suffering from the effects of trauma. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. A tax-deductible donation from you removes that barrier and supports continuity of care for those who need it most.

Mission Statement

Our Mission is to fund a path of healing to all Military Service Members, Veterans, First Responders, and their families through personal grants for CranioSacral Therapy (CST) healing programs and other integrated therapies. These CST programs provide a safe, compassionate, and healing environment for trauma treatment, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) - removing financial barriers, regardless of their ability to pay.

Vision Statement

Our Vision is to confidently lead the growth of an organization that funds CranioSacral Therapy (CST) healing programs and other integrated therapies for Active Military Service Members, Veterans, First Responders, and their families. We are committed to providing the care they need, empowering them to lead healthy, happy, and productive lives both at home and in their communities.

Results from Heroes

“When I started this program I suffered from high levels of pain in the shoulder hip and lower back areas they were usually a level 8 on a ‘pain scale’ of 1-10. I still had to take care of my children, wife, and work now since I definitely enjoy massage and I know it works and it’s always good to mix different types of practices to help it. I’ve been able to work better, move around more, get more energy out, and manage to do everything with a lot less pain massage working the muscles I’ve seen work well with me and my wife and others and I think it should be a constant thing not just a short-term physical therapy thing. I think it should be slightly separate from physical therapy as in maintenance of the body kind of like how you change the oil and check the oil in your car or double check the air in your tires just a constant preventive maintenance thing you shouldn’t have to have serious physical or long-term wear down injuries of the body to have massage I feel it should be part of the regular maintenance for the taking care of a person’s body no just like exercise and eating right.”


I came to Kim and CranioSacral Therapy through a friend. Prior to my sessions with Kim, I had very little knowledge or preconceived ideas about CranioSacral Therapy, which is exactly how I wanted to approach it. From the moment I walked through the door she made me feel at ease. Very gentle and soft, but focused. Before we started she created a space of openness and safety in which I could express, say, or feel anything that came up. What resulted from that environment was a safely guided (but not coerced) journey into some of my deepest wounds and trauma. Within those wounds were anger and rage. Beyond the anger was sadness. I felt I was able to release some of that and let go of what I had been holding on to for so long.  My experience with Kim and CranioSacral Therapy has helped me to understand the notion that within the pain is the medicine. I would highly recommend Kim to anyone looking to heal and grow.”


To make a donation:

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Call our office at 360-634-HEAL (4325)


Mail a check made out to AIH to:

221 Kenyon St NW
Suite 104
Olympia, WA 98502