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The Warrior Run is excited to offer this unique initiative for your school. This is a great opportunity to practice healthy habits while supporting your school! The goal of the program is to encourage and teachMore Information
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The Warrior Run is excited to offer this unique initiative for your school. This is a great opportunity to help students learn and develop healthy habits while supporting your school!More Information
The Warrior Run: The Race for Life, an event featuring a 5K race and one-mile walk, will be held Saturday, October 6, 2018 at 5:15 p.m. Kid’s Fun Run starts at approximately 7 p.m.More Information
The race starts at the Bell Tower Park off of Pleasant Street and runs through beautiful tree-lined Mariemont. It ends back at the Bell Tower with a night of food, drinks, music and games for the family. Jim Miller Memorial Mile is an untimed 1 mile walk through Mariemont.More Information
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Welcome to The Warrior Run!
The Warrior Run:The Race for Life, an event featuring a 5K race, and one-mile walk will be held Saturday, October 6, 2018, 1M at 5:15 p.m., 5K at 5:30 p.m. Both courses start and finish at the Bell Tower @ Dogwood Park, off Pleasant Street, in the historic Village of Mariemont,Ohio.
Kid’s Fun Run starting at 7 pm. The family-oriented fundraiser benefits Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s (CCHMC) Surviving the Teens® program plus local in-school mental health programs. Make it a night—enjoy a beautiful setting, a scenic run/walk through Mariemont, great food, music, carnival-style kids games and a movie at dark. Don’t miss the fun!
Helps individuals in suicidal crisis within the United States to contact the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider.
A brief overview of the statistics on depression and suicide with information on depression treatments and suicide prevention.
he suicide prevention webpage of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) includes a variety of data, reports, awareness materials.
Aims to prevent suicide through public awareness and education, and features information, news, and resources.
The Division of Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children’s created the Surviving the Teens / Suicide Prevention Program to provide information, resources and support.
Information on government suicide prevention efforts, news, events and links to important prevention publications.
In The News
Story|March 7, 2018
1N5 Executive Director, Nancy Miller, and local students speak out about the importance of sharing stories of mental health struggles, getting help and how 1N5 has given them a sense of belonging and purpose to create change. [READ MORE]
HOW TO STEM YOUTH SUICIDE? TALK TO YOUR KIDS
Just as parents worrk about this year’s flu epidemic, experts are warning of a far more serious health issue among young people in Greater Cincinnati: the “contagion” of suicide. [READ MORE]
The biggest worry weighing on Cincinnati parents these days isn’t bedtimes or social media or loud, jangly guitar music. It’s their children’s mental health. [READ MORE]
OCTOBER 11, 2017
An event this weekend is raising money for mental health education in high schools and colleges in our area. Some 3,000 people are expected to take part in the 8th annual Warrior Run on September 30. [READ MORE]
SEPTEMBER 27, 2017
Some mental health experts say the show could pose health risks for certain young people, such as those with suicidal thoughts. Others suggest the show provides a valuable opportunity to discuss suicide risk with young people… [READ MORE]
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