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Locations and Providers
We will send an electronic welcome letter to all new clients with information about which building you should come to and your providers' contact information.
Parking is available on Payne Street or behind the building.
Peter Ninneman (Telehealth only at this time)
Telehealth Only Providers:
Parking is available on Payne Street or behind the building. The entrance is at the top of the black stairs.
Stables on Baxter, door on the left upon entering. Dedicated parking lot adjacent to building.
K. Vanessa Blades
Located at 1904 Eastern Parkway. Office is located in the Schuster Building, parking lot behind the building.
By appointment only
Land and Labor Acknowledgement
Our main operations occur in current day Louisville, KY in what is known as the Ohio River Valley. This river is born from the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers in current day Pittsburgh and flows westward into the Mississippi River, which flows to the Gulf of Mexico. The name "Ohio" comes from the Seneca language word, Ohi:yo' (oh-hee-yoh), lit. "Good River”.
We acknowledge all of the more than human beings; plants, animals, mineral, bacteria, fungi and reptiles and beyond that have been growing and decaying, moving and planted for millions of years here. The first people of this land have a history that spans 11,000 years that we know of and many groups of people have lived, hunted and stewarded this land including:
Osage (pronunciation - oh sage —wah-zah-zhay)
Cherokee (pronunciation - Juh luh gee)
We honor all of the indigenous nations and their land with great gratitude and acknowledge the genocide and continuous displacement of indigenous peoples. We also acknowledge the enslaved Africans whose labor built our nation during the colonial era and beyond. We acknowledge the harm inflicted upon the indigenous communities and people of color across the country, which inspires our ongoing work.