Please come out to Regal Cinemas Deerfield Towne Center 16 on Thurs. 4/19 at 7:30pm to see the Suicide: The Ripple Effect film! Proceeds will support 1N5’s efforts to provide local schools with mental health, resiliency, and suicide prevention programming and ultimately, stop the stigma and end youth suicide. Please come out and support! Get your tickets here.
Meet Megan, a University of Toledo student who lives with depression, anxiety, self-harm and suicidal ideation. Megan wants to spend her whole life telling people that “your life is worth living and there are ways to survive anything that you’re going through.” Thanks, Megan, for being brave enough to share your story! You are empowering others and saving lives!
Who doesn’t love Fiona? You don’t want to miss this AUCTION ITEM at our Annual SPRING4LIFE Event! Tickets are selling out fast! ONLY 75 TICKETS LEFT – GET YOURS NOW! This unique and memorable behind the scenes visit with our famous, fabulous Fiona and family is sure to bring out the child in all of us! Travel to Hippo …
1N5 Executive Director, Nancy Miller, and local students speak out about the importance of sharing stories of mental health struggles, getting help and how 1N5 has given them a sense of belonging and purpose to create change.
Meet Ruku, a 12th grader who lives with generalized anxiety disorder and depression. Her story is very powerful and relatable for so many. Thanks, Ruku for being brave enough to share your story!
Meet Devin, a Mariemont City Schools senior, who’s sharing her story with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, ADD, and anorexic and bulimic tendencies. We think she’s pretty amazing for sharing her story in order to empower herself and others!
I live with OCD, depression and anxiety. My OCD followed me around wherever I went. I was in a constant state of fear. I realized that if I wanted to have a relationship with my family I needed to get help.
I’m Beth and I lost my 21 year son to suicide. I struggled with the grief and subsequently the depression. The stigma is what’s crazy. I wholeheartedly believe that mental health is not any different than physical health.
I’m Ellie a senior in high school and I live with anxiety, depression and an eating disorder. I take it day by day and it gets better. Recovery is a journey.