Project B.L.O.O.M. seeks to support adolescent girls in underserved areas

By Matt Crouch

AUBURN, Alabama – Managing mental health can be a challenge for anyone, but especially young girls experiencing physical and emotional changes. Wanting to provide support for this population of young women, Harrison College of Pharmacy students Kiaira Anderson and Maia Singleton are working together to build a program that helps adolescent females in underserved areas to grow in the maturation of society and developments in life that align with improving social-emotional skills.

Y’all go read the rest of this great article about two of our Fellows on the Auburn Harrison College of Pharmacy news page!