What is Music Therapy? 

Elizabeth Jacobi, PhD, RMT, FAMI-Founder/Director 

Ronald J. Jones - joins MMI as Exec. Director 

Allison Boyd, Sara Longwell - Program Partners  

Jeannelle Benek, MA, HPMT, MT-BC 

Denise Ondishko, Ph.D.  

Chris Butler - Volunteer 

Volunteer Opportunities 

Help MMI Help Others -- Be a Volunteeer

The Music Medicine Institute, a nonprofit music therapy organization, seeks volunteers for a variety of community service needs, including grant writers, event activists and office workers to assist the organization in growing and maintaining an active presence in Savannah, GA.

To help, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Jacobi at ejacobi@musicmedicine.org or (912) 349-1219.

Thank you.

DID YOU KNOW THAT MUSIC THERAPY:

• IMPROVES WELLNESS
• EASES PAIN
• HASTENS REHABILITATION
• HELPS OPEN COMMUNICATION
• MINIMIZES STRESS

Music therapy has been researched in
both clinical and evidence-based studies
to provide a healing influence to therapy,
using an interdisciplinary approach
to care for persons of all ages and
therapeutic needs through the use of music.

The Music Medicine Institute is a non-profit
organization who’s mission is to improve the
quality of life of persons with rehabilitative
needs, emotional disorders, and acute or chronic
illnesses. We are currently supporting families of
America’s men and women of the Armed Forces
by providing a modified music therapy program
for military children.

If you would like to volunteer to serve those who served
us, become a volunteer for the military children.