Our work towards medical freedom in Maine never ends.
Three moms — all touched in some way by injury — founded HCM in 2019 with a long-term goal of providing advocacy, support, and community for other families just like ours. Since then, we’ve grown from a small group of people to become the premier organization fighting for medical freedom in Maine.
As the final days of 2022 draw near, we take stock of our accomplishments, and reflect on the moments that define who we are. In service to others, we stood on our strength, enduring courage, and steadfast faith. We did not falter.
- Assisted countless Maine families with everything from bullish pediatricians to active reactions.
- Worked with thousands of healthcare workers, helping them file their claims, network, build a community, and find their new way.
- We played a key roll in organizing the Downeast to D.C. Convoy for all of Maine, and organizing/hosting the New England kickoff for the truckers.
- Over 3,000 employees and students across America kept their careers and courses because of our exemption services.
- Parents across Maine have found our temporary tattoos to be invaluable to their peace of mind during school vaccine clinics.
- Our public education campaigns have reached a 100,000+ people.
- We’ve worked tirelessly on bills, legislative efforts, rule changes, and more.
- We’ve held a dozen movie nights, tabled every fair and festival we could, and hosted our biggest annual fall retreat thus far.
- We were recognized by the United States Health Freedom Congress.
- We partnered with the Coalition for Healthcare Workers Against Medical Mandates in a lawsuit prompted by LD 798, which removed Maine’s religious and philosophical exemptions from laws governing immunization requirements.
- We partnered with leading organizations such as Right to Refuse, Children’s Health Defense – New England Chapter, No College Mandates, and V is for Vaccine.
- We joined the board of Children’s Health Defense New England Chapter.
In 2022, our existence mattered. And to end the year, we’re acting in defense of Maine’s fired first responders.
Our existence made the difference for people all across Maine— and beyond. Yet none of this would be possible without each and every one of you.
Without you, there is no us.
Here’s what we’re currently focused on, and what will lead to our next Achievements.
UPDATE MAY 9: The committee issued a divided report, with the majority report recommending “ought not to pass.” Both chambers accepted the majority “ought not to pass” recommendation and the bill…
The following documents have been filed in our lawsuit against the Maine EMS Board. Please see our previous post for background on this suit, our references post for statistics and sources….
If you were or are a credentialed healthcare worker in a Maine hospital that was terminated because of the COVID-19 mandate then we’d like to hear from you. Please do share…
We did it! On Tuesday, December 13, 2022, our attorney filed a complaint against Maine Emergency Medical Services (EMS) with the Kennebec County Superior Court on behalf of terminated First Responders…
Order temporary tattoos for your children to wear on school vaccine clinic days. The tattoos come in sets of two and say “My Parents Do Not Consent – Do Not Vaccinate”….
UPDATE: The lawsuit was filed on December 2, 2022! Emergency Medical Services across Maine have been pushed to the brink. As with the rest of Healthcare prior to the pandemic, Maine…