Month of the Military Child - April 2017 

March 25, 2017 - The Landings Club Event 

April 2016 - Military Family Programs 

Kiwanis Continues for Sixth Year - October 2014 

Month of the Military Child - April 2014 Feedback 

Month of Military Child - April 2014 

Kiwanis Financial Support Again - October 2013 

American Music Therapy Assoc. - October 2012 

Kiwanis Support for MMI Continues - October 2012 

Month of the Military Child - April 2012 

Month of the Military Child - April 2011 

MMI Hosts Training Session - January 2011 

The Landings Association - November 2010 

Kiwanis Continues MMI Support - September 2010 

Cinco de Mayo - May 2010 

Fundraising Concert - November 2009 

MMI Program Featured - October 2009 

Kiwanis Awards Grant to MMI - Sept. 2009 

MMI Receives Grant for Instruments - July 2009 

U.S. Service Members Honored - June 2009 

Music Medicine and Military Families - June 2009 

MMI Featured on WTOC-TV - April 2009 

Community Health Mission Fundraiser - April 2009 

MMI Introduction - Spring 2009 

April 2014 Month of the Military Child

Music Medicine Institute Again Partners with Libraries in Savannah and Hinesville to Present Interactive Programs for Children

As part of its continuing efforts to serve the needs of Savannah-area military and civilian families the Music Medicine Institute (MMI) and Live Oak Public Libraries in Savannah and Hinesville once again collaborated to offer a series of free events to coincide with the annual April celebration of the Month of the Military Child.

The 2014 programs, open to all children aged six to 10, included fun and involving therapeutic musical workshops intended to foster creative expression and healthy living.

“MMI has a continuing commitment to help children, especially those of our fighting men and women, cope with developmental problems associated with long, often frequent absences of one or more of their parents due to overseas or emergency deployments,” says Elizabeth Jacobi, founder/director of MMI.  “Our annual programs at both the Southwest Chatham Library next to the Savannah Mall and the Hinesville Library have been wonderful successes, and our April 2014 sessions were no exception.”

Made possible in part by support from the Arts Ashore Legacy Fund and the Kiwanis Club of Skidaway, the 2014 programs took place each Saturday in April: 

Music Medicine Institute staff professionals, associates and specially trained volunteers presented each of the sessions.