1N5, Eating Recovery Center Host Guests ‘Wide Wonder’ at Lucius Q to Bus Out Stigma

On Thursday, July 18th, 1N5 participated in the “Cincinnati Mood, Anxiety and Trauma-Related Disorders Symposium”. Our presentation, in partnership with Eating Recover Center, addressed Innovative Therapy and Community Approaches for Mood and Anxiety to the 30 attendees. That evening, 1N5 and Wide Wonder talked about their role in Stopping the Stigma surrounding mental health at a public event at Lucius …

Come See 1N5 at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County in July

1N5 kicked off July at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, as we are participating in their month-long theme of Health and Mental Health Resources in the Main Library Atrium. The goal of the series is to connect library patrons with various community resources and organizations focused on those issues.  Our staff enjoyed a steady stream of library guests …

Youth Mental Health Innovation Challenge Recap

Last weekend, 1N5 hosted the 2nd Annual Youth Mental Health Innovation Challenge at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Burnett Campus. In this two-day workshop-style event, multiple teams of high-school and college students worked in groups of five to create, develop, and present creative solutions to intentional mental health challenge prompts. These prompts were designed to make students think outside the …

1N5’s Blog Contributor Hosts Waltham’s First Annual Mental Health Awareness Event

Wondering why there was no #mondaymotivation post from Ivy this week? She’s been very busy developing, hosting, and coordinating the First Annual Mental Health Awareness Event in Waltham, Massachusetts, on May 25. We are so proud of her efforts to stop the stigma in her community and spread awareness and inspiration that we wanted to share some details regarding her …

1N5 Attends Community Education Day Sponsored by Lindner Center of Hope

On Sunday, May 5, 2019 at a Community Education Day sponsored by the Lindner Center of Hope, we had the pleasure of hearing Kevin Hines speak about his struggle with mental health which included his story of surviving a suicide attempt by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge.  Kevin’s gift of humor infused his difficult story and captivated the 440 …

Kendra Gives Back: Sip + Shop + Support 1N5

Since the Kendra Scott+1N5 event in August was such a success we thought why not do it again? Especially during holiday shopping! This event will take place on Wednesday, December 12th from 5-8pm at BOTH the Kenwood location and Liberty Center location. NEW: Can’t make it? Just call either store to order and mention the 1N5 event and still have …

The Rundown on the Warrior Run 2018

October 6, 2018 It was an unseasonably hot Saturday night yet that didn’t stop thousands of mental health warriors from showing up and taking steps to stop the stigma and help fund our mission to provide local schools with mental health and suicide prevention programming. This year, more than 3,400 warriors participated in the either the 5K or 1-Mile Walk. …

Youth Mental Health Innovation Challenge 2018

Jacob Purcell

STUDENTS WANTED for Cincinnati’s Inaugural YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH INNOVATION CHALLENGE IGNITE. INNOVATE. IMPLEMENT. 1N5, in partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, the University of Cincinnati, Interact for Health, and Design Impact, is hosting the city’s first-ever YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH INNOVATION CHALLENGE. We are looking for 100 outstanding game-changing youth and 40 mentors to develop innovative solutions to today’s mental health issues with the …

Ohio State Student, Brooke Kelly, Shares Her Journey with Bipolar I Disorder at 2018 Spring4Life Event

Last Saturday, we were so honored to have The Ohio State University student and Mariemont City Schools graduate, Brooke Kelly speak about her journey, the spiral, the people that helped her seek treatment, and the continuing need for empathy in our society. To share the details of her story with such vulnerability and honesty, Brooke proved that she is living beyond her diagnosis on …

Suicide: The Ripple Effect Showing

Jacob Purcell

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.