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Tag: Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services
Deaconess foundation awards $635,000 to 18 Cincinnati agencies
Deaconess Associations Foundation recently awarded $635,000 in grants to 18 organizations serving Greater Cincinnati. These grants focus on improving access to behavioral health care services for at-risk individuals.
LEAD of Hamilton County helps low-level offenders avoid incarceration
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month in May, a new local service is being touted that provides mental health and other important resources to help keep low-level offenders out of the criminal justice system.
BrightView organizing winter coat drive
BrightView, an outpatient addiction recovery center, is partnering with Cincinnati’s community resources to organize an emergency winter coat drive.
Names in the News: Aug. 19, 2020
People on the move in the Greater Cincinnati nonprofit community …
Names in the News … July 29, 2020
An occasional digest of who’s moving where within the nonprofit community of Cincinnati.
‘Whiz kid’ Brett Stover’s next venture
It’s tempting to call Brett Stover a whiz kid. I realize that may seem a curious choice of words to describe a man of 56. But if you’ve ever met Stover, you know what I mean. There is nothing about him that remotely jibes with his age. Nothing, that is, other than the smarts that he brings to the table.
Champions of Hope raises $105K
The 10th annual Champions of Hope fundraiser April 22 at the Horseshoe Casino Pavilion raised over $105,000 for Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services.
GCB fundraiser celebrates mental health champions
Nick Hahn is the honoree of the 10th annual Champions of Hope fundraiser. The featured speaker, Alisha Waters, will discuss “The Cost of Untreated Mental Illness.”