28 Dec HealthCall Sponsored Bradley Student Wins Prestigious Award
Recently interviewed by the Chicago Tribune, one Bradley University senior is turning heads and winning awards as she bridges gaps in her Indiana community.
A new statewide program in Indiana, called ‘My Health Baby,’ has helped the state decrease infant mortality rates by increasing education, outreach and health care access to pre and post-natal mothers. While all progress is positive progress, the program is, unfortunately, lacking coverage in many high-risk counties, counties that have a low socioeconomic status. Furthermore, the program is not available for mothers insured with Medicaid. To help mothers in need of education and resources, Alexis Brown, a Bradley public relations student, launched her own campaign called ‘Her Empowered Voice.‘