1N5 Offers Local QPR Training

Saturday, June 1, 2019 1N5 hosted a Question. Persuade. Refer. (QPR) Suicide Prevention Training session with 13 ambassadors from Guiding Light. Since 2014 Guiding Light has been committed to making a positive impact in the lives of Cincinnati youth. Through various programs, they provide positive role models and teach relationship skills to our youth. QPR Suicide Prevention Training is an …

Nicci Shares Her Powerful Story for our #SpeakYourMindSeries

It all started back in 2004 when my brother passed away from epilepsy. I was the only person home at the time and was unsure of how to handle the situation. He had seizures all his life and usually came to within a reasonable amount of time. This was different though, and as an eight-year old, I didn’t know what …

Therapy Goats Bring Joy to Grieving Turpin Students

After the recent tragic loss of two students within one week at Turpin High School, 1N5 wanted to provide opportunities for staff and students to find joy this week. On Monday, 1N5 hosted a morning of de-stressing and mindful activities for staff to start the week off on a positive note and cope with recent stressors. Community members provided food …

Beth Dulle Joins 1N5 as New Operations Manager

Beth Dulle has an extensive professional background as a Structured Settlement Specialist for over 30 years and is joining the 1N5 staff as our new Operations Manager. In 2014, Beth tragically lost her son, Brogan, a 21 year old University of Cincinnati student, to suicide. “This tragedy rocked my family to its core but it spurred them to learn more about …

Mindfulness & Productivity Strategist Offers Tips on Instagram

Sarah Steckler is an Author, Podcaster, Certified Health & Wellness Coach, Mindfulness Practitioner & Productivity Strategist is taking over our Instagram this week to share how she helps individuals feel more at ease and organized in their daily life through a combination of systems strategy & mindfulness practices. She’s the creator of 100 Life Challenges that can be found in …

From Holidaze to Holiyays!

I’m very blessed that to me, going home for Christmas means the utmost comfort and purest joy. I was counting down the days to when my mom would pull up to my residence hall in herSanta sweater, throw the door open, and tackle me in the hugest hug. My home isa cozy calm, only disrupted by laughter and the sound …

My Whole World Was Anxiety…

I am a senior at Anderson High School. Throughout my life I’ve had many mental challenges. When I was little my dad passed away and since then I have dealt with extreme anxiety and compulsions. I would be scared all the time of dying or of other people dying and have tendencies to do small rituals thinking that would save …

Woman of the Year: Nancy Eigel-Miller Wants Mental Illness Better Understood

Nancy Eigel-Miller’s husband killed himself 10 years ago. And she wants you to know she has no problem with you reading that. In fact, she wants you to understand that she’s not going to hide it and isn’t ashamed by it. Eigel-Miller instead uses it as motivation to make even more people aware of mental illness and to take away …

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. …