Birmingham, AL, June 18, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders is providing comprehensive eating disorder treatment to those most in need through a recent partnership with the Manna Scholarship Fund. Together, Manna and Magnolia Creek will award 90-days worth of treatment to a qualified, needy individual who could not otherwise afford to get help.
Recently, the Manna Scholarship Fund held a fundraising golf tournament which generated over $13,000. This amount will be matched by a private donor up to $45,000 through August 15th of this year. Said funds will then be matched by Magnolia Creek to help someone suffering from their struggle with an eating disorder.
“We are so very excited to have this opportunity to partner with such a wonderful organization and, hopefully, make a real difference in someone’s life,” explains Ronda Cannon, Magnolia Creek’s Director of Operations.
“I am thrilled that Magnolia Creek is such a supporter of what we are doing. They have been extremely encouraging of Manna Scholarship and an ongoing ally for the cause,” adds Dr. Genie Burnett, founder and Executive Director of the Manna Scholarship Fund. “Together, we are changing lives.”
Cannon and Burnett are eager to begin what appears to be a long-standing partnership of hope and care. Manna’s thorough application process combined with Magnolia Creek’s high-quality and accredited level of care will enable one deserving individual the opportunity to heal from their eating disorder and move on with their life.
To find out how you might support this cause, please visit the Manna Scholarship Fund (www.mannafund.org) or Magnolia Creek websites.
About Magnolia Creek
Peacefully situated beside a private lake and nestled among more than thirty wooded acres just outside Birmingham, Alabama, Magnolia Creek Treatment Center for Eating Disorders (formerly known as Magnolia Creek Residential Treatment Center for Eating Disorders) provides residential and partial hospitalization treatment programs for women struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise specified.
Their comprehensive programs provide intensive and personalized treatment in a natural, home-like setting, addressing the medical, psychological, nutritional, spiritual, and relational needs of their clients. Magnolia Creek is licensed by the State of Alabama and is accredited by The Joint Commission.
To learn more about Magnolia Creek or to schedule an onsite visit, please contact Marisa Goodwin by phone at 404.630.2775 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also more information available at: www.magnolia-creek.com.