Here at TFC our team strives to not only make a difference inside the office, but outside as well. Started in 2005 by chiropractor, Dr. Kevin Pallis, LHNC has brought hope, health, and dignity to the kids living in poverty and instability at the Fort Peck reservation in Poplar, MT.
Love Has No Color is dedicated to wiping out extreme hopelessness on Native American Reservations across the country. We are currently helping Native Americans on the Fort Peck Reservation in Eastern Montana. Love Has No Color is recognized as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity. We do not simply hand out gifts and money to the Reservation; we provide programs and support to enhance and brighten the futures of each and every child.
Love Has No Color is a partnership with the Assiniboine/Sioux tribes. With Chiropractic care for the children, youth fitness initiatives, and life-changing seminars, LHNC is slowly changing the way that the kids at Fort Peck think about their future. We, with the help of The Tribe, restore the health, dignities, cultural identity, traditional values, and hope to all on the Fort Peck Reservation. We help Native American children living in third world conditions right here in the United States. This is a partnership with the tribes, not a charity or handout. We help people to help themselves. We provide them with hope, self-esteem building activities, and many other tools so they understand there is life beyond the Reservation. Time is running out for these people. The suicide rate for children is one of the highest anywhere in this country. We bring awareness to the terrible conditions that America’s first people must endure. Once people witness the situation, almost 100% of the time, they’re eager to help out. You can actually see results and changes in your life because of your involvement. Their needs go beyond poverty, crime, drugs, and obesity…they had their human rights and dignity stolen from them. This is not a once-a-year mission. We aren't there for a short time and leave. We are a continuous and integral part of their community.
Here are just a few statistics to put things into perspective....
40% high school dropout rate
The highest suicide rate in the US (10x national average)
Life expectancy, disease, poverty of a third world country
Crime, drugs, and alcohol abuse that starts in middle school
Disease rates unrivaled in the US (diabetes is 4x the national average)