WHRL becomes Women for Healthy Rural Living

After 15 years of advancing opportunities for health and wellness in Downeast Maine, the Women’s Health Resource Library (WHRL) is changing its name. In 2005, the organization was born out of a desire to help women and families become active and informed partners in their own health care via a lending library. Over the years, WHRL realized that wellness is best advanced by going out into the community and helping people meet their most fundamental needs. This hands-on approach has proven far more effective than the lending library, which is now the least of their services.

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