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Immokalee Arts in Health Program

Thursday, February 16, 2012   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Mara Woosley
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The Rushman-Micah Angel Foundation, guided by Hodges University alumna Barbara Brown, helps all special needs children and young adults suffering from all special needs including physical, learning, cognitive, emotional, and health. 

The Rushman-Micah Angel Foundation is proud to announce their participation in the Immokalee Arts in Health Program, with the vision of "...an Immokalee in which every person is healthy, happy, and enriched through the healing power of the arts."

This is a collaborative effort between Shands Arts in Medicine, the University of Florida Center for the Arts in Healthcare and several community agencies, including the College of Medicine at Florida State University, CHS Healthcare, the Collier County Health Department, the United Arts Council of Collier County and the Rushman-Micah Angel Foundation. Support has been provided by the Kresge Foundation and the Florida Division of Cultural Affairs.

Visit the Immokalee Arts in Health Program website to learn more. 


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