Hair Center Mexico Expands Horizons: Unveiling HMR New Facility for Cutting-Edge Hair Transplants in Tijuana

 Hair Center Mexico, a flourishing company in the field of hair transplants in Mexico, is thrilled to unveil a new location for hair transplants in Tijuana: the new HMR (Hair Medical Restoration) facility.

This strategic expansion not only signifies a major achievement for Hair Medical Restoration but also underscores its commitment to enhancing customer service and meeting the evolving needs of its esteemed clientele.

The new facility, located at P.º de los Héroes 10289, Int. 500, Zona Urbana Rio, Tijuana boasts a spacious, state-of-the-art space dedicated to hair restoration procedures. With modern amenities and a strategic location, the facility is designed to enhance the overall customer experience and accommodate the increasing demand for FUE hair transplant services.

Dr. Jorge Keity Cortez, the distinguished founder and director of HMR (Hair Medical Restoration), along with his exceptionally skilled and professional team, is revolutionizing the landscape of hair restoration services. With a steadfast commitment to quality and precision, HMR specializes in a range of services, including hair transplants, beard transplants, and eyebrow transplants, setting a new standard for patient satisfaction and exceeding expectations.

For those seeking a transformative journey in hair restoration, HMR stands as a beacon of excellence, blending medical expertise with a compassionate approach to redefine the standard of care in the industry.

Christian Parra
(737) 257-5055



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The Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) Joins HRC and Record Number of Partners Working on LGBTQ+ Inclusivity

 C.A.S.E. is proud to be one of 172 child welfare organizations joining the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s All Children – All Families (ACAF) program in 2023, as highlighted in a new report. Together, these organizations work to improve the services provided to the LGBTQ+ community, including children in foster care and prospective foster and adoptive parents who are LGBTQ+. This year alone, this multi-organization partnership assessed 9,500+ policies and practices within child welfare organizations to ensure they meet ACAF best practices criteria — approximately 6,000 more than were assessed when this report was first released in 2019. This allowed for over 1.4 million children, youth, and families across 43 states to benefit from these LGBTQ+ inclusive policies and affirming practices.

“Providing children and families with the most inclusive environment in which to grow should always be the number one priority,” said Phii Regis, Director of HRC’s All Children – All Families Program. “We are grateful for C.A.S.E.’s work as part of this partnership — together, we can win the fight for equality and build safe and loving communities at the same time.”

In the past year, C.A.S.E. has made significant strides in enhancing its support of the LGBTQ+ community among its staff and the families it serves. “All of these efforts align seamlessly with C.A.S.E.’s mission, vision, core values, and commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion,” said Debbie Riley, LMFT, CEO at C.A.S.E. “Through our work, we continually strive to improve the lives of children, youth, and families, providing a safe and supportive environment for all those we serve.”

HRC’s report comes at a time when LGBTQ+ people, particularly LGBTQ+ youth, are under threat:

· Only 13 states and the District of Columbia have explicit laws or policies in place to protect foster youth from discrimination based on both sexual orientation and gender identity.
· Seven additional states explicitly protect foster youth from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation but not gender identity.
· Approximately 1 in 3 youth in foster care are LGBTQ+.
· LGBTQ+ youth face higher rates of abuse and mistreatment than their non LGBTQ+ peers.

At the same time, there are an overwhelming number of LGBTQ+ families who have at least considered adopting or fostering a child in the future, but 55% of them feared being turned away because of their identity, and only 14% knew of an LGBTQ+-inclusive agency near them.

With the work of ACAF, A record-breaking 10,650+ professionals were trained in how to make their agencies as inclusive of LGBTQ+ families and youth as possible. Additionally, all partner organizations that earned a Tier of Recognition with the program, such as C.A.S.E., now include “sexual orientation,” “gender identity” and “gender expression” in their client non-discrimination policy, and communicate this policy to staff and clients.

To learn more about C.A.S.E. please visit To learn more about the All Children-All Families program, please visit

The Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) ™ is a nationally recognized nonprofit that improves the well-being and permanence of children and families by delivering adoption competent mental health services, training a national network of professionals, and informing the field through research and advocacy. C.A.S.E. has trained more than 33,000 mental health and child welfare professionals in 33 states. With offices in the greater Baltimore-Washington metro area, C.A.S.E. has provided clinical services for more than 7,000 clients and their families since its founding in 1998.

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is the educational arm of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), America’s largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) people. Through its programs, the HRC Foundation seeks to make transformational change in the everyday lives of LGBTQ+ people, shedding light on inequity and deepening the public’s understanding of LGBTQ+ issues, with a clear focus on advancing transgender and racial justice. Its work has transformed the landscape for more than 15 million workers, 11 million students, 1 million clients in the adoption and foster care system and so much more. The HRC Foundation provides direct consultation and technical assistance to institutions and communities, driving the advancement of inclusive policies and practices; it builds the capacity of future leaders and allies through fellowship and training programs; and, with the firm belief that we are stronger working together, it forges partnerships with advocates in the U.S. and around the globe to increase our impact and shape the future of our work.

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Shufti Pro Took Center Stage at Reflect Fest 2023, Highlighting KYC & AML Screening Solutions

 Shufti Pro, one of the leading ID verification service providers is pleased to announce its successful participation in the Reflect Festival, which took place in Cyprus on September 20-21, 2023. The event is known as the #1 tech & business festival in South Europe and the Middle East, brings together investors, entrepreneurs and decision-makers. Every year, attendees gather together at the festival to share innovative ideas, build relationships and spread their brand’s awareness to a wider audience.

This year, Shufti Pro was an exclusive partner in Reflect Fest’s Cybersecurity stage. Shufti Pro experts shed light on modern cyber threats for organisations on a global scale. Moreover, they also mentioned the modern tactics of scammers to commit cybercrime and how KYC & KYB solutions can assist businesses in combating the evolving tactics of fraudsters.

According to the research Javelin’s current state of cybersecurity threats report, since COVID-19, 42 million victims have been affected by identity fraud, resulting in a whooping financial loss of $52 billion to date. The report also states that the current number of identity fraud cases is the highest ever recorded in history. The major cause of this hike is the deep fake technology, allowing scammers to clone the biometrics of the real person e.g., face and voice to bypass the identity authentication system.

Shufti Pro emerges as a key player in the fight against this surge in identity fraud. From KYC to KYB, the platform provides SMEs with all the solutions to fight the evolving tactics of ID fraudsters, securing business operations and safeguarding customer’s data. It utilises AI (Artificial Intelligence) and ML (Machine Learning) to authenticate customers along government-provided databases to verify entities across multiple checks. These include risk assessment, document and biometric verification, PEPs, AML screening and other various KYC checks, guaranteeing a secure platform and preventing fraudsters from gaining access to the business’s platform.

“As one of the leading KYC providers, we’re keen to collaborate with investors and other start-ups to revolutionise the digital world and eradicate the ID fraud that causes significant financial loss to innocent users. Our partnership in Reflect Fest aims to contribute valuable insights to the cybersecurity and compliance discourse in the Cyprus market and diligently expand our services to Cyprus SMEs, fostering trust among both users and organisations,” said Victor Fredung, CEO of Shufti Pro.

Today, Shufti Pro services are being utilised in all major industries including banking, fintech, crypto, real estate, e-commerce, gaming, and more. The services cater to a multitude of use cases, such as account opening, user onboarding, document verification, risk analysis, fraud prevention, investor verification, and many others.
About Shufti Pro

Shufti Pro is a leading IDV service provider offering KYC, KYB, KYI, AML, biometric verification, and OCR solutions, accelerating trust worldwide. It has six international offices and has launched 17+ complimentary IDV products and solutions since its inception in 2017. With the ability to automatically and securely verify over 10,000 ID documents in more than 150+ languages, Shufti Pro proudly serves customers in 240+ countries and territories.

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The Medical Center of Aurora and Centennial Hospital Offers Convenience Mammogram Scheduling

 According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 287,850 new cases of breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in the U.S in this year alone. One in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. We know early detection through regular mammograms saves lives. Detecting breast cancer early significantly increases treatment options and improves overall outcomes. Screening mammography is the only method proven to reduce deaths due to breast cancer by detecting breast cancer early.

The Medical Center of Aurora and Centennial Hospital announced today convenient Saturday appointments and online mammogram scheduling are both now available. With 24/7 online scheduling, it is easier than ever to schedule your annual mammogram and the peace of mind that only comes with knowing.

Their convenient locations offer:

Advanced diagnostics technology
Easy online scheduling 24/7
Safe and comfortable environment
Quick turnaround of results
Saturday appointments

The locations offering online mammography scheduling include:

Centennial Hospital; 14200 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112
The Medical Center of Aurora; 1444 S. Potomac St., #160, Aurora, CO

Visit or call (303) 360-3770 to schedule your mammogram today.

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IE’s Hill Teen Center Is Now a Realty

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.Dec. 15, 2022PRLog — The Hill Teen Center, a new refuge for youth in the San Bernardino area, will provide relief and services to Inland Empire teenagers who are at risk for homelessness, hunger, gang violence, drugs, alcohol, and poverty. The center raised more than $791,000 recently on Giving Tuesday.

The ROGO Foundation, in partnership with Sandals Church, led the effort and will build and operate the teen center on the Sandals Church property in San Bernardino. Groundbreaking is scheduled for January 2023.

“We are very excited about what this money will mean for our community,” said Scot Camden, Advancement Director for the ROGO Foundation. “Our community banded together to make The Hill Teen Center dream, a reality. This center tells our teenagers that they matter to us and we will do everything in our power to help them lead healthy and happy lives.”

The Hill Teen Center is a 10,000-square-foot facility delivering FREE clinical counseling, tutoring, skill – and life-coaching, mentorship, and laundry facilities, as well as a safe and fun environment for teenagers to spend time with friends.

The project is estimated to cost $1.3 million to complete, and the money raised lets much of the work begin, as the organization continues to fundraise the remaining $510,000.

“The Hill Teen Center is very much aligned with my own vision for the broader community,” said Ken Ramirez, former Chairman of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, and contributor to the project. “It provides a road map to make a difference in the lives of our young adults.”

Ramirez, an active member of the Inland Empire for many years, mobilized his network to get the word out about The Hill Teen Center and the Giving Tuesday crowdfunding campaign.

“My own childhood motivated me to want to bring hope to teenagers struggling with adverse conditions,” said Ramirez.

“One in ten youths in the City of San Bernardino is homeless. In the 2019/20 school year, 30,270 San Bernardino County K-12 students were identified as homeless or lacking secure housing. The problem is getting worse as this is a 6.6 percent increase from the previous year,” said Pastor Chris Reinhard of the San Bernardino Sandals Church.

“These factors, along with alcoholism and drug addiction, have left too many students and their families hopeless, with little belief that their lives will have any meaningful change. This teen center will start to change that,” said Pastor Reinhard.

“And after all, that’s really what it’s all about—delivering a beacon of hope,” said Ramirez, “helping to show that life has a lot to offer, but sometimes we need to be shown what’s possible.”

The Hill Teen Center is located at Sandals Church in San Bernardino at 3701 N Sierra Way and is named after the late educator and community leader Dr. Margaret Hill. Watch a short video on the project:

For more information about The Hill Teen Center, go to (, or call The ROGO Foundation at (951) 800-7865.