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NO.1 WORRY FOR CINCINNATI PARENTS? CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH

Story | OCTOBER 11, 2017

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.

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8TH ANNUAL WARRIOR RUN TO RAISE MONEY FOR MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION

Story | September 27, 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]

MENTAL HEALTH EXPERTS DEBATE NETFLIX SERIES ’13 REASONS WHY’

Story |April 25, 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, as well as teaching them how to identify warning signs of depression or suicidal thoughts among their peers. [READ MORE]

UBC EDUCATION & SANTA J. ONO SPEAK ON MENTAL HEALTH LITERACY

Story |October 11, 2016

UBC Education – Join UBC Education Dean Blye Frank and panelist Santa J. Ono in a conversation about Mental Health Literacy. [READ MORE]

WARNING SIGNS & RESOURCES TO PREVENT SUICIDE

Story |September 7, 2016

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A person’s age, demographic, or income level doesn’t matter when it comes to mental health issues. Nancy Miller of the 1N5 organization and the Warrior Run shares the warning signs of depression and how to get help.  [READ MORE]

ONO’S SUICIDE STATEMENT HAS DEEP IMPACT

Story | May 23, 2016

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – When Nancy Eigel-Miller lost her husband eight years ago, she founded the Warrior Run to raise awareness and money for suicide prevention. Two years ago, after the disappearance and suicide of UC student Brogan Dulle, she crossed paths for the first time university president Santa Ono. [READ MORE]

EVENT SHINES LIGHT ON MENTAL HEALTH

Story |May 21, 2016

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A special event Saturday shines a light on mental health, and a local author highlights the list of guests. Jasmine Warga wrote a book that’s already been optioned as a movie by Paramount Pictures. It’s called “My Heart and Other Black Holes.” [READ MORE]

1N5 EVENT HELD TO PROMOTE TEEN MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS

Story |May 21, 2016

CINCINNATI (WKRC) –

There’s a push to bring more awareness to the mental health of local young people. A “Stop the Stigma and Start the Conversation” event was held on Saturday. Most of funds will be donated to “Surviving the Teens”  [READ MORE]

WARRIOR RUN BENEFITS SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAMS

Story |October 10, 2015

MARIEMONT, Ohio (WKRC) — Local runners and families filled Dogwood Park for a race for life. More than 2,000 people participated in the annual Warrior Run in Mariemont with proceeds benefiting “Surviving the Teens” which is Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Suicide Prevention Program. [READ MORE]

MEDICAL EDGE: WARRIOR RUN FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION

Story |October 7, 2015

CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) — It was a beautiful day to take a walk in the park so Local 12 News had a chance to meet up with two moms in the park.They are passionate about preventing others from feeling the same kind of loss that they do; about 2,500 hundred people expected to come out Saturday, Oct. 10, in support of them. If there’s one thing Leah Osgood and Nancy Eigel Miller want people to know, it’s that anybody can suffer from mental illness. It can affect any body in any home. Leah lost her brother, Brett, when he was a senior in high school. Nancy lost her husband Jim seven years ago. >>> Watch Video Here

LOVING RESPONSE TO BELOVED COACH’S LIFE LOST TO SUICIDE

Story | August 26, 2014

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.

The things people are saying about Robin Williams this week are some of the things people said of Nancy Miller’s husband. Jim Miller was the dad who hauled out a stash of Rice Krispie Treats cereal and chocolate milk for his daughters after their mom left for work in the morning. He was the soccer coach who sprayed his hair blue to motivate his team, the buddy who loved a good prank, especially if he thought it up. He was the director of the Gallagher Student Center at Xavier University who, to students, seemed more like their dad. [READ MORE] (PDF)

WARRIOR RUN: MOVIE AT DARK

Movies | August 21, 2014

Get ready for the movie at dark, this year we will be showing Frozen! [Movie Trailer]

WARRIOR RUN: HELPING CHILDREN WHO BATTLE MENTAL ILLNESS

Local 12 News | April 29, 2013

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. She organized “The Warrior Run.. The Race for Life” to help children battling with mental illness. Local 12′s Paula Toti says explains how the event could impact a school near you. [Read More]

HEART OF A WARRIOR

www.cincinnati.com | October 14, 2010

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.

There was one problem:

“It was a great event, but it was all about him, and he was about everyone else,” said his wife, Nancy. “My daughters said, ‘Dad wasn’t like this. He’d want us to do something for other people.’ ” [Read More]

WIDOW: DON’T STIFLE SUICIDE REACTION

www.cincinnati.com | October 14, 2010

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.

A little over two years ago, her husband of 20 years left early from his job at Xavier University, drove two hours to Chillicothe and killed himself.

Friends soon organized a Jim Miller Memorial Mile in memory of the lifelong Mariemont resident. This year, the event has expanded into “The Warrior Run: The Race for Life,” a 5K race and one-mile walk to benefit Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s “Surviving the Teens” suicide prevention program. [Read More]