Warrior Run

In support of the James W Miller Memorial Fund

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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 1, 2016, 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!

Useful Links

  • National Suicide Pervention

    Helps individuals in suicidal crisis within the United States to contact the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider.

  • NIMH · Suicide Prevention

    A brief overview of the statistics on depression and suicide with information on depression treatments and suicide prevention.

  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

    he suicide prevention webpage of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) includes a variety of data, reports, awareness materials.

  • SAVE

    Aims to prevent suicide through public awareness and education, and features information, news, and resources.

  • Surviving the Teens / Suicide

    The Division of Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children's created the Surviving the Teens / Suicide Prevention Program to provide information, resources and support.

  • Suicide Prevention Resource Center

    Information on government suicide prevention efforts, news, events and links to important prevention publications.

In The News

  • Loving response to beloved coach's life lost to suicide

    Funny, loud, goofy, magnetic. The guy people are drawn to, who draws energy into a room. The guy who's always "on," who is somehow larger than life.[Read More]

  • Helping Children Who Battle Mental Illness

    A local woman is on a mission to get mental health education in every high school in the Tri-State. Nancy Miller's husband committed suicide five years ago with few warning signs.

  • Heart of a Warrior

    When friends and family wanted to honor Mariemont sports stalwart Jim Miller after his untimely death in July 2008, they started a walk called the Jim Miller Memorial Mile. It was a big success, and a fond tribute to a husband and father.

  • Don't stifle suicide reaction

    MARIEMONT – Jim Miller was a kid who never grew up. He was full of life and pranks and corny jokes.That’s why Nancy Miller never saw it coming.

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