The Casa de Oro Alliance is a California Public Benefit Nonprofit Organization and a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation.

The Casa de Oro Alliance is committed to the economic and social development of our community. We are 100% volunteer based and rely on the generous hearts of our neighbors to accomplish our mission and goals.

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And! They will be covered! Yes!
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FYI. Let's be kind to each other and wear our masks.
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Casa de Oro Alliance
Casa Clean Up this morning at 8.a.m. we are there every first Saturday of the month, unless it rains. Come and join us. Bring your equipment and your mask. We are not publishing it during the time of Covid, but it is still happening. We do ask that no kids come at the moment.
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Casa de Oro Alliance
Did you know Casa De Oro is named for the avocado? Some of our streets are even named for them, like Fuerte and Avocado. Do any if you have the original avocado trees left on your property? What is your favorite recipe for avocados? Do any of you use them for your beauty routine? Of course you do!
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Casa de Oro Alliance
Weng's Acupuncture and Herbs Clinic in Casa De Oro is another example of a business owned and operated by people who live and work in the Casa de Oro area. In 1994, Dr. Weng and two of her daughters built the Wellness Center at 9972 Campo Road. They still practice together there to this day.

Dr. Weng, who is originally from Taiwan, settled in Rancho San Diego and raised her three daughters there. After graduating from Valhalla High School, Dr. Audrey, became a chiropractor and acupuncturist, and Dr Vivian, now an acupuncturist, came to work with their mother. Glowing recommendations about these three great practitioners can be easily found online.

Because they healthcare is considered essential, the Wellness Center did not close down at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead, a few changes to be in compliance with the new California regulations were made. For example, HEPA filters were installed and extra disinfecting protocols were implemented. The number of people allowed in the building at one time was also reduced. The changes allow the practice to continue to meet local healthcare needs

It is important we take care of ourselves during this difficult time. Many people find acupuncture and chiropractic therapy helps to relieve stress and the often associated pain.

“We feel privileged to serve our community during this time and feel extremely grateful for the support that we have received in return. Thank you for supporting our small business. Our intention is to continue to provide you with quality healthcare for decades to come. We are wishing that you and your family stay healthy and remain positive
during this challenging time,” said Dr. Weng.

They also reminded us to check on the older members in our families and community. Due to social isolation there is an upsurge in anxiety.
Thank you doctors, for these good reminders. Let us remember to take care of ourselves and each other. Weng Acupuncture offers another way to stay health while supporting one of our local businesses.
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casadeoroalliance.org
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