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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

The Partners for Healing staff helped deck the halls of South Jackson as a participant in the Trees of Christmas. The event which features a variety of themed trees raised funds to support the Imagination Library of Coffee County.  

Meet our new Executive Director

Partners for Healing is very pleased to announce Emilie Martin as the organization’s new Executive Director. A native of Tullahoma, Ms. Martin holds a Master of Public Health degree from East Tennessee State University. She has demonstrated her passion for the clinic and her commitment to our community over the years as a volunteer, college intern and most recently as the Outreach Coordinator where she focused on promoting the clinic’s services. 

“I believe Emilie will be a valuable asset to the team,” stated Patrick Brown, Board President. “Her background and extensive working knowledge of the organization made her the perfect choice.” As Executive Director, Ms. Martin is responsible for the management of the day-to-day operations, fundraising, programming, and public relations. She takes over from Lynn Brumfield who is retiring after 3 years in the position.

Watch for Partners faces
in new places!

The Tennessee Charitable Care Network (TCCN) recently awarded Partners for Healing the “COVID-19 Disparities Grant.” The goal of the project funded by the grant is to reach and educate more at-risk patients in our service area to increase usage of services that lead to better health outcomes. The emphasis will be on changing the mindset from one of reacting to health needs only when they become critical to one showcasing the benefits of maintaining their health through an ongoing relationship with Partners and appropriate prevention and care of COVID-19. Over $27,000 was awarded to utilize through May 31, 2023.