When you say

There are more people affected than you might think

We hear you

The Ripple Effect

When tragedy strikes, we first focus on the epicenter—the school where the shooting took place, the family who experienced loss in a natural disaster, the addict who has relapsed. As time goes on, victims far from the epicenter feel the ripple effect of the tragedy and need support.

At Magellan, we know that when tragedy strikes, the entire community is affected. That’s why we operate from every angle, during and long after crisis situations, to make sure no one is left behind.

The Joplin tornado, Sandy Hook school shooting, and opioid epidemic are just three crises where we intervened, and in turn, showcased our community wide approach to helping those in need.

We invite you to browse through this short series of stories and if these stories resonate with you, and you are looking for meaningful work with people who care, we invite you to join us.

“It’s very humbling when you help someone in crisis take a different path.”

Teresa Odom Care Manager

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