Magnolia Medical Foundation’s MS ACE project Recognized By Time Magazine
In July, TIME Magazine recognized Magnolia Medical Foundation for our work in advancing health equity for Black Mothers through the MS ACE project.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
“Magnolia Medical Foundation’s program invited mothers to participate in therapy sessions virtually, via computers or phones, and then stop at a drive-through to pick up information about mindfulness and coping mechanisms, as well as other more tangible resources, like food, cleaning supplies and face masks. “This allowed them to place those questions that they had, and to be able to pick up resources and information that they could carry with them to build out their recovery and their resilience and sustainability,” said Thompson, who returned to her native Mississippi after medical school to address the stark health disparities that faced Black people like herself.”
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