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Do I need an appointment before visit?
Yes, you need an appoitment. You can get your appointment here
Are treatments done at The Skin Doctors safe?
The strictest and set tested protocols and the stringent guidelines assure to provide the safest and the most effective treatment for every skin and hair concern. Our dermatologists have years of expertise and use only the advanced leading technologies and US FDA approved equipment.
What kind of procedures are done at The Skin Doctors?
The Skin Doctors services include treating ailments resulting from hormonal imbalances such as acne, scars, skin pigmentation, dull skin, alopecia, hirsutism, mitigating the effects of aging and body contouring or slimming and much more. Contact Us to know more.
How do I know if a spot needs to be checked?
If you have a spot or area on your skin that is constantly irritated, bleeds for no reason, or has changed in size, shape, and/or color, it needs to be examined by a dermatologist within a month. Know your body and perform regular self-exams.
Do you offer laser treatment for skin problems?
Do you offer chemical peels for skin conditions?
UWYC is proud to have dedicated local innovators and community champions on our staff. They work to support the United Way mission: to improve lives and build strong communities throughout Yavapai County.
UWYC BOARD OF DIRECTORS
UWYC’s Board of Directors is made up of volunteers, including community and business leaders. The Board supports the work of the organization and provides mission-based leadership and strategic governance. UWYC is honored to work with this esteemed group of individuals who continuously work to support the mission of UWYC.
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ETHICS AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Like the 1,300 other United Ways in the country, United Way of Yavapai County operates independently of United Way of America (UWA)/ United Way World-wide (UWW). We're an autonomous 501(c)(3) organization that is governed by a local all-volunteer Board of Directors. Additionally, a volunteer committee of financial experts from the community meets year-round, monitoring the organization’s financial position.
The organization is committed to maintaining the most effective financial control practices available to ensure that any type of financial impropriety is prevented or quickly identified and appropriately addressed.
United Way of Yavapai County respects the privacy of donors and safeguards the confidentiality of information that the donor would reasonably expect to be private. Information learned by any representative of United Way of Yavapai County about a donor or a donor’s assets or philanthropic intentions shall be held in strict confidence by the staff, Committees and our Governing Boards.
Donors who reach special recognition levels may be acknowledged and published in various UWYC publications and campaign materials. Donors at recognition levels may request to remain anonymous in these publications by indicating their wishes by contacting United Way of Yavapai County. UWYC will honor requests by donors to remain anonymous.
United Way of Yavapai County does not sell, rent or exchange its mailing lists of donors, prospective donors, interested parties, etc. UWYC will honor requests by donors to remain anonymous, have their names removed from mailing lists, or to restrict appeals. Information about donors, amounts of their gifts, and other information that should be private will not be made public.