At Three Treasures Acupuncture & Wellness Center, we strongly believe in giving back to the community. Our motto is “You have to give to get in life” and we try and act on that principal every day. Reaching out to members of our community gives us the opportunity to live by our motto and share in the success we experience as a small business. Read on to learn about some of our programs and how you can get involved.


Weekly Stress Relief Clinic

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Volunteers with the Riverside Medical Reserve Corps enjoy a relaxing treatment during a recent training event.

Three Treasures Acupuncture & Wellness Center provides a weekly Stress Relief Clinic that focuses on helping individuals experiencing stress and PTSD related symptoms, regardless of their financial circumstances. Each session is held in a safe and intimate group setting designed to elicit feelings of peace and calm. Patients receive ear acupuncture and are lead through a guided meditation. A calming herbal tea is provided to enhance their experience. All donations received are used to fund this program.

The clinic is held every Wednesday night and is by appointment only.
5 participants maximum
Suggested donation $10 – $40


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Santa Barbara MRC

Three Treasures Acupuncture & Wellness Center is just one of many local acupuncturists who collaborate with the Santa Barbara Medical Reserve Corps (SBMRC). The acupuncture team responds to local and national emergencies and provides free ear acupuncture to first responders and residents affected by emergency events. These treatments help to reduce stress, anxiety, and the physical & emotional effects of traumatic experiences. SBMRC acupuncturists provided ear acupuncture to first responders, students and community members following the 2014 Isla Vista shooting rampage.


Doctors Without Walls

Three Treasures Acupuncture & Wellness Center partners with Doctors Without Walls-Santa Barbara Street Medicine (DWW-SBSM) to provide free acupuncture treatments to the homeless female population in Santa Barbara County. Women who are homeless are an exceptionally vulnerable portion of the population. Many of them struggle with psychological, emotional and physical pain. Acupuncture is one of the more popular treatment options offered through the DWW-SBSM program. Click here to learn more about DWW-SBSM and get involved.


hand treePay It Forward Program

Every year, Three Treasures Acupuncture & Wellness Center sponsors 2-5 patients to be privately treated at no cost (referral basis only). Our mission is to provide acupuncture treatments that help individuals experiencing Post Traumatic Stress and extreme anxiety. Participants receive ongoing treatments that alleviate many of the symptoms associated with these syndromes.