H.O.M.E. has initiated its Medical Media Ministry, which involves the preparation of TV programs in which H.O.M.E. experts in medicine discuss a medical disease and then that disease is used as a spiritual illustration with a spiritual message.
H.O.M.E. was one of the few organizations allowed to build a clinic during the US war and is still there today fully functioning and houses a community center. Currently, H.O.M.E.'s clinic has been serving its patients faithfully with the love of God, despite the adverse violence that still threatens the country on a daily basis.
H.O.M.E. helps support two sanatoriums that provide medical care to people in need throughout Jordan and even from surrounding countries. One of these hospitals has also begun a mobile clinic, providing medical and dental care to those in rural areas of Jordan. Additionally, H.O.M.E. supports two medical clinics that offer various types of medical services to its communities.
H.O.M.E. supports a fully equipped medical clinic, which provides excellent medical care to some of the poorest people in the country. H.O.M.E. also supports a mobile clinic serving people in rural areas of Lebanon.
H.O.M.E. supports a medical clinic that reaches out to one of the poorest suburbs just outside Damascus. Due to Syria's now three-year conflict which the U.N. says has already claimed over 150,000 lives, H.O.M.E. is working overtime to meet the now growing emergency-based healthcare demands of its citizens and provide healing both physically and spiritually amongst the angst and fighting that continues to carry on.