New Mental Health Bill for Ohio

According to the CDC, suicide is now the second leading cause of death for youth and young adults ages 10-24. A new report by the Heath Policy Institute of Ohio, showed that the number of yearly suicide deaths by Ohio children ages 8 to 17 has doubled over the last 10 years. Mental health education for youth, kindergarten to college, is …

Messages of Hope for Every Student at McAuley High

On World Suicide Prevention Day, a group of ten McAuley High School students from The Fearless Initiative, helped student, Mattie Flynn’s, dream of spreading messages of hope come alive. The dream was to distribute messages of love, encouragement and hope to each student at McAuley High and that is just what they did. This small group of students from The …

Raise Mental Health Funds for Your School Through the Warrior Run High School & College Challenge!

The Warrior Run is excited to offer this unique opportunity for you and your team to raise funding for mental health programming in their school! EVERY DOLLAR raised by your team will be reinvested in your school for mental health, mindfulness, and suicide prevention programming. Any student or staff can create a team and raise money for their school. Additionally, …

1N5 Sets Mindfulness Coaching Schedule for Local Teachers

School is back in session and our work in area schools is just beginning! 1N5 has been working with local partner schools to coordinate and schedule Mindfulness Coaching Sessions for the teachers and administration so that they may better serve our area students. Local schools that will be receiving such training are: Bond Hill Academy, Fairfield Central Elementary, Highland Elementary, …

School is in Session – 1N5 Trains Local Teachers and Students in Mindfulness and ‘Sources of Strength’

August 2018 – 1N5 facilitated two events training local teachers and students in the arena of mental health and mindfulness. Earlier this month, 1N5 hosted over 40 local teachers at Beech Acres Parenting Center for Mindfulness teacher training, just in time for the upcoming 2018-19 academic year. Teachers wear many hats and are expected to suport their students in many …

2018 YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH INNOVATION CHALLENGE LAUNCHES YOUTH-LED IDEAS FOR CHANGE

Cincinnati’s first-ever Youth Mental Health Innovation Challenge, hosted by 1N5, in conjunction with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Design Impact and the University of Cincinnati, set the stage for youth-led change in our community. This inaugural event, modeled after a similar program from Stanford University, hosted over 70 local high school students and 40 professional mentors determined to create innovative, yet practical …

More Local Mental Health Agencies Trained in QPR

We are so thankful for the opportunity to fund these trainings because it puts out into our community, individuals that can now host trainings with partnered schools in our area, thus broadening the impact of this much needed education.  Today’s training focused on educating representatives from local mental health agencies such as Catalyst Counseling, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Central …