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MHA'S HEALING TOUCH

During the COVID-19 pandemic Nashville’s Music Health Alliance saw a 15% increase in clients served during the six-week open enrollment season, totaling 3,582 members of the music community. 

Going forward, MHA is providing additional guidance to anyone without health insurance or who needs to change their plan for the current year.

This new year brings additional resources for the music community, including partnerships with the Country Music Association as well as Music Biz and the Scars Foundation to provide mental health assistance to support music industry professionals.   MHA has developed a one-of-its-kind database of sliding-scale and no-cost healthcare, mental health, preventative and dental care resources.

Entirely funded through grants and individual and corporate donations, financial support from the music community is critical to continue Music Health Alliance’s advocacy and free services: 89% of dollars donated go directly to MHA’s programs and services. And for every $1 donation, MHA is able to provide $30 in life-saving healthcare resources to Heal The Music.

For more info and to donate, click here.

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