Starting the Conversation on a Larger Scale
Let’s get people talking!
Slowly but surely we are spreading the word and attracting media attention. Below is some of the media coverage we have earned that is helping inform people about what they can do to deal with mental health issues – their own or someone they know and love.
Story | October 11, 2017
The biggest worry weighing on Cincinnati parents these days isn’t bedtimes or social media or loud, jangly guitar music. It’s their children’s mental health
Story | September 27, 2017
An event this weekend is raising money for mental health education in high schools and colleges in our area. Some 3,000 people are expected to take part in the 8th annual Warrior Run on September 30.
Story |April 25, 2017
Some mental health experts say the show could pose health risks for certain young people, such as those with suicidal thoughts. Others suggest the show provides a valuable opportunity to discuss suicide risk with young people, as well as teaching them how to identify warning signs of depression or suicidal thoughts among their peers.
Story |October 11, 2016
UBC Education – Join UBC Education Dean Blye Frank and panelist Santa J. Ono in a conversation about Mental Health Literacy.
Story |September 7, 2016
CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A person’s age, demographic, or income level doesn’t matter when it comes to mental health issues. Nancy Miller of the 1N5 organization and the Warrior Run shares the warning signs of depression and how to get help.
Story |May 23, 2016
CINCINNATI (WKRC) – When Nancy Eigel-Miller lost her husband eight years ago, she founded the Warrior Run to raise awareness and money for suicide prevention. Two years ago, after the disappearance and suicide of UC student Brogan Dulle, she crossed paths for the first time university president Santa Ono.
Story |May 21, 2016
CINCINNATI (WKRC) –
There’s a push to bring more awareness to the mental health of local young people. A “Stop the Stigma and Start the Conversation” event was held on Saturday. Most of funds will be donated to “Surviving the Teens”
Story |May 21, 2016
CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A special event Saturday shines a light on mental health, and a local author highlights the list of guests. Jasmine Warga wrote a book that’s already been optioned as a movie by Paramount Pictures. It’s called “My Heart and Other Black Holes.”