Music Health Alliance Offers Free Services For Heal The Music Day

Music Health Alliance is offering a series of free seminars, screenings and dental services to members of the music community in celebration of “Heal The Music Day.”

Free mammograms will be offered at Music Health Alliance in the St. Thomas Mobile Mammography Unit on Oct. 16 during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Following unprecedented demand for the inaugural Dental Days held in August and September, Music Health Alliance will offer two additional days of free dental exams, cleanings, x-rays and emergency extractions on Oct. 17 and 18. And Music Health Alliance board member and Disney Music Publishing artist/songwriter Tina Parol will moderate a mental health and wellness workshop “Look Ma No Hands” on Oct. 17.

Members of the music community can visit or call Music Health Alliance Manager of Client Services and Communication Carrie Bryant Glenn at 615-200-6861 to learn more and make a reservation for one of the many free health care services offered during the week leading up to “Heal The Music Day.”  Space is limited and reservations will be made on a first-come-first-served bases.

To participate in “Heal The Music Day,” members of the music community — including artists, songwriters, producers, publishers, publicists, promoters, business managers, record label executives, booking agents, attorneys, venues, stylists and more — can pledge a percentage of their single day earnings to support the lifesaving services provided by Music Health Alliance. Donations can be made at or checks can be mailed to Music Health Alliance at 2737 Larmon Dr., Nashville, TN 37204. Funds raised during “Heal The Music Day” support the non-profit’s free services, advocacy, education and preventative care initiatives


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