In a spirit of generosity, the Optimum Health Institute offers a scholarship program to those who are in great healing and financial need. The scholarship offers financial assistance to people who wish to complete the entire OHI holistic healing program in 3 consecutive weeks to address a health opportunity that is life-threatening. The OHI scholarship covers the cost of the second week and possibly the third week of the program.
You can apply online or by mail:
When you apply, submit the following items:
Your application will be reviewed by the Executive Director at OHI Austin or OHI San Diego. You will be contacted by the Scholarship Coordinator on the status of your application. If you are awarded a scholarship, we respectfully request that the information be held in confidence while on campus, as not all applicants will be granted scholarships.
The OHI scholarship program works as follows:
Note: If you have previously completed the three week program at OHI, you are not eligible for scholarship.
Do you want to share in the gift of healing? At OHI, community members are given the opportunity to contribute to the healing of others. The OHI scholarship program is funded through:
Through years of generous donations, hundreds of people have been able to experience positive healing transformation in body, mind, and spirit. You can donate to the OHI scholarship program fund in one of the following ways:
We are a non-profit organization and your donation is tax deductible. On behalf of all those that benefit from the Scholarship fund, we offer our gratitude!
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In the Judeo Christian tradition, spiritual disciplines are a means of receiving the grace of God. They enable us to do what we cannot do on our own. By practicing spiritual disciplines, we cultivate a life in which God can bring growth, change, and transformation. Typically, spiritual disciplines are divided into two categories – internal and external. Some examples are listed below:
Practicing spiritual disciplines helps affirm your belief in God, enabling you to witness transformation in yourself and others in a community of faith, hope, and love.