We engage in partnerships 
and activities that improve Mississippians’ health.

Learn More

MSPHI is dedicated to developing partnerships that are committed to program innovation, the increase of health resources, education, health awareness, and applied research and policy. Our goal is to engage in programs dedicated to improving the health of Mississippians. MSPHI promotes public health through projects in policy evaluation, community health, data analysis, and health access. MSPHI is a nonprofit entity established in June, 2011, to protect and improve the health and well-being of Mississippians.


Services

What We Do

With an experienced staff and deep pool of consultants, we can scale up or down to meet the needs of any engagement. We work primarily across four interrelated domains:

  • Community Health
  • Chronic Disease
  • Maternal & Infant Health
  • Public/Mental Health Practice
Learn More
Services

What We Do

With an experienced staff and deep pool of consultants, we can scale up or down to meet the needs of any engagement. We work primarily across four interrelated domains:

  • Community Health
  • Chronic Disease
  • Maternal & Infant Health
  • Public/Mental Health Practice
Learn More
Projects

Our Experience

Our projects have helped partners in public agencies, funding foundations, and more to effectively engage communities and create impact across silos.

Learn More
Projects

Our Experience

Our projects have helped partners in public agencies, funding foundations, and more to effectively engage communities and create impact across silos.

Learn More
News

REACH Project Manager

September 18, 2018

Job Announcement Mississippi Public Health Institute (MSPHI) Job Title: Project Manager – Ridgeland, MS MSPHI anticipates funding from CDC for a 5 year project aimed at improving the health status of minority families with an emphasis on women of child-bearing age and children on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. This position will serve as manager for […]

Read More
lungs

Survive 2 Thrive Project Improving Lung Cancer Screening in the Mississippi Delta

March 15, 2018

The Survive 2 Thrive Project has propelled Greenwood Leflore Hospital into the forefront of lung cancer screening/care for the Mississippi Delta. Through the project’s funds, Greenwood Leflore Hospital has obtained a 12 passenger van to provide transportation for our patients, most of whom are in dire need of affordable transportation for proper access to care. The project funded the […]

Read More

Partner with us

Please contact us to begin a conversation about how we can help your program be a success.

829 Wilson Drive, Suite C Ridgeland, MS 39157

Phone: 601-398-4406

Engage. Empower. Enhance.

The Mississippi Behavioral Health Learning Network (MSBHLN) provides professional and workforce development to behavioral health providers.

Show your support

We are a unique public trust - a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that tackles the biggest issues facing the most vulnerable Mississippians: nutrition, substance abuse, chronic disease, and more. Please consider a donation to support our work.