Seton High Focuses Wellness Week on Mental Health

This week, the students at Seton High School Cincinnati implemented their Youth Mental Health Innovation Challenge project by putting on a Wellness Week focusing on mental health. Seton student, Sabra Charles, says: “This week was designed to educate students about mental health and wellness and give them skills to cope. We wanted to focus on stress, healthy relationships, self-esteem, and mental health …

1N5 Serves On Mental Health Panel at Sycamore Schools

On Thursday, January 17 Nancy Eigel-Miller was invited to Sycamore Schools to participate in a student-organized mental health panel. Seven students were part of the panel and they answered questions detailing their mental health journey. Student panel members shared their experiences by answering a series of pre-decided questions such as: What mental illness do you live with? Who was the first …

Xavier Athletics Press Release: 1N5 Benefit Game

On January 14, 2019, Xavier Athletics Marketing published a press release promoting the upcoming basketball game against #15 Marquette which will benefit 1N5. CINCINNATI – Xavier Athletics and Xavier women’s basketball have partnered with 1N5 to stop the stigma and start the conversation by increasing awareness and education about mental health. The Xavier women’s basketball game vs. Marquette on Friday, Jan. …

Thursday, December 20, 2018 1N5 presented the traveling trophy to the WARRIOR RUN HIGH SCHOOL CHALLENGE CHAMPIONS, Turpin High School. The event included a Skyline Chili Cheese Coney Party! Because of their tremendous efforts in fundraising, race participation, and the number of event service hours/volunteers, Turpin was awarded $9,835 towards mental health and suicide prevention programming, which also included a $1500 student …

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 …

1N5 Educates Seton Students on Mental Illness

Thursday, December 13, 2018 1N5 presented to over 500 students at Seton High School. The 90 minute presentation focused on educating students on the facts about mental illness and also highlighted the stories of various individuals who are on the journey toward recovery from their mental illnesses. Students also learned about the importance of self-care, specifically taking time to slow …

Sycamore Students Make Progress in Synnovation Lab

This week 1N5 traveled to Sycamore High School to meet with students in the Synnovation Lab. These students are working through the research and empathy phase now that they’ve identified which projects they want to pursue. Great job students! Keep up the great work! What is the Synnovation Lab? Sycamore High School’s Synnovation Lab is an innovative approach to secondary instruction utilizing …

1N5 Talks Care for Teachers

Friday, December 7, 2018 1N5 met with Fairfield Central Elementary School to explain the CARE for Teachers program including the benefits in the classroom of the teachers implementing and practicing mindfulness in their personal lives. Around 100 staff members from the school were then lead through three practical mindfulness exercises they can begin to implement in their daily lives. The …

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 …

Bring Change to Mind Launches in Area Schools

We’re excited to announce that Bring Change to Mind will soon be launching in local schools. Bring Change to Mind (BC2M) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging dialogue about mental health, and to raising awareness, understanding, and empathy. Actress & activist Glenn Close co-founded Bring Change to Mind in 2010 after her sister, Jessie Close, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, …