23Feb2024

SCM Medical Missions

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Earthquake Relief for Morocco

Urgent Help Needed for the People of Morocco

Yesterday, a powerful 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck Morocco, just south of Marrakesh in the High Atlas Mountains. This earthquake was devastating, with more than 2,000 people killed according to the latest reports. The number is expected to go higher as villages in the worst-affected areas are reached and rescue efforts begin. Many of the Berber villages in this mountainous region have been cut off, so news is slow to get out. But early reports and photos and videos getting out are showing widespread destruction. Villages have been ruined, homes and other buildings are piles of rubble.

SCM is working with an NGO partner in Morocco to get aid directly to the villages for relief and rescue efforts, and to begin rebuilding. We are raising funds to send to to them, which is the fastest way to get the help to the people of Morocco. Money will be used to buy medical supplies, food and water, temporary shelters and more. 

Please join us in supporting the people of Morocco who have been affected by this devastating quake. 

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Join Our Clinic Fundraiser

Help Keep the Clinic Open

SCM's free clinic in Lebanon is open and helping people in the community right now. Help us keep it open and serving refugees and disadvantaged Lebanese people in the area of Saida. The clinic is important to community development and the wellbeing of the residents. Your support will help so many people!

Download and share the flyer or scan to donate. 

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Saida Free Clinic Update

We recently received this report from our Labanon manager about a new program at our clinic in Lebanon. The clinic serves disadvantaged people in the Saida commuity, just south of Beirut. All of Lebanon has been hard-hit by economic collapse and the Lebanese people, as well as Syrian refugees in the area, are able to get the care they need but otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford. This is what your donations to our clinic program are providing to the community in Saida.


SCM Medical Missions Weekly Family Event at Our Clinic in Saida, Lebanon:
Fostering Health and Unity in the Community

SCM Medical Missions, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive healthcare services, is proud to introduce our newest program at our clinic in Saida, Lebanon – a weekly event that brings together 50 families and their children. With two fully equipped dental rooms, a trauma center, and a periotic office, the SCM Medical Clinic is well-prepared to serve the diverse healthcare needs of the community. This article explores the significance of the weekly family event and the positive impact it has on promoting health and unity within the community.

Uniting Families, Nurturing Health: SCM’s weekly family event at the Free Clinic has become a highlight for families in the community. Held every Thursday, it offers an opportunity for families to come together in a supportive and engaging environment. By encouraging attendance and active participation, the clinic fosters a sense of unity among families, nurturing a community that supports and uplifts one another.
Comprehensive Dental Care: As part of the weekly family event, SCM’s clinic provides families access to its two fully equipped dental rooms. Recognizing the importance of oral health, the clinic offers comprehensive dental check-ups, treatments, and preventive care for both children and adults. Through these services, families receive the necessary dental care to maintain healthy smiles and prevent potential dental issues.

Immediate Care in Times of Crisis: The presence of a trauma center within SCM’s Medical Clinic ensures that families attending the weekly event have access to immediate medical care in case of emergencies. Accidents and unforeseen situations can happen at any time, and having a trauma center on-site provides families with peace of mind. The clinic’s skilled medical professionals are trained to respond promptly and effectively, ensuring the well-being of all attendees.

Proactive Health Maintenance: The SCM Medical Clinic’s office plays a vital role in the weekly family event by offering ongoing health maintenance services. Families can take advantage of routine check-ups, consultations, and health education sessions, empowering them to proactively manage their overall well-being. By prioritizing preventive care and health education, the clinic encourages families to make informed decisions about their health and adopt healthy lifestyles.

Creating Lasting Memories: Beyond healthcare services, the weekly family event at SCM Medical Clinic is designed to create lasting memories for families. Engaging activities such as interactive games, arts and crafts, and storytelling sessions are organized to foster bonding and strengthen family relationships. These shared experiences contribute to the overall well-being and happiness of families, creating a positive and nurturing environment.

Conclusion: SCM Medical Clinic’s weekly family event serves as a powerful platform for promoting health and unity within the community. With its comprehensive dental services, trauma center, and general medicine office, the clinic caters to the diverse healthcare needs of families. By bringing families together, nurturing health, and creating a sense of community, SCM’s Medical Clinic continues to make a significant impact in the lives of those it serves. The weekly family event is a testament to the clinic’s commitment to providing comprehensive care and fostering a strong, supportive community.


SCM thanks everyone who has donated to this clinic. We are gathering supplies for Lebanon that will be shipped by container at the end of this month and we need your help to fill it. Please see our clinic supplies list on Amazon to help us get what we need. You can also send donations to our warehouse in Marysville where we are storing everything until it gets loaded on the container: SCM Medical Missions c/o CostLess Furniture, 9620 State Ave Suite A, Marysville, WA 98270.

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Wheelchairs Bound for Lebanon

We would like to thank Randy Winn and Bill Caldwell for organizing, transporting, and delivering 30+ wheelchairs that will go in our container to Lebanon at the end of July. They got 47 gently used wheelchairs, plus walkers and similar equipment, from the Washington State Veterans Home in Orting (where they were surplus) to our warehouse in Marysville (north of Everett) for shipment to the Lebanon Free Clinic for refugees and the poor in Saida.

If you have excess medical equipment/supplies or things like crutches, wheelchairs, walkers, etc, and would like to donate them, please drop them off at the warehouse at CostPlus Furniture (our Lebanon director, Ali Osseiran, is letting us use part of his facility). The address is 9620 State Ave, Unit A, Marysville, WA 98270.

You can also buy items we need that we have put on an Amazon list. Everything from this list will be shipped to the warehouse so there will be no need to find a way to get it to Marysville. Click this link to see the list: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/38SQY7GQ4R5EK?ref_=abls_nvfly_yl

If you have any questions about what is needed or suitable, you can contact us and we will be happy to answer your questions.

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Supply Airlift to Aleppo

SCM is working with JHCO to get humanitarian supplies to Aleppo, Syria

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Sidon Dental Clinic in Action

Our free clinic in Sidon/Saida is already helping children by treating cavities and toothaches, and providing dental hygiene. We just received some videos on the clinic in action – thanks to you painful tooth has been removed, and children are getting dental check-ups to help prevent the effects of dental neglect. There is much more going on, but these instances show what can be achieved in a short time with your help!

Be sure to donate to help keep the clinic going and providing dental and medical services to those in need.