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High Hopes Auxiliary Brings Comfort and Joy to the Center
While Lindner Center of HOPE has volunteers from around the region, there is one special group that comes out in full force during the holiday season to decorate the Center.
This month, the women of High Hopes arrived with boxes and boxes of evergreen garland, pine cone adorned wreaths, ribbons and bows, and of course boughs of holly and descended on the Center like busy little elves. When they left, the patients and staff knew the holiday season had arrived.
Mental Illness Awareness Week 2012: October 7-13, 2012
In 1990, the U.S. Congress established the first full week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW) in recognition of NAMI's efforts to raise mental illness awareness.
Silent Wounds of War Event Educates About Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress
At the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center on Thursday, August 30 active military, veterans, physicians, researchers, business officials and citizens joined together to draw more attention to traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress (PTS). The theater at the Freedom Center was silent as the shocking statistics of the toll these injuries are taking on the population were revealed.
Lindner Center of HOPE 4th Anniversary Party featured in iSPYCINCY.
Results now available for 9-county Community Health Needs Assessment
Community forums scheduled for June
CINCINNATI, OHIO, May 31, 2012 - Community forums have been scheduled to share the results of the A.I.M. for Better Health Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for Greater Cincinnati.
Lindner Center of HOPE Announces New Director of Sibcy House Unit
Hargus brings more than 25 years experience in healthcare administration
June 4, 2012 - Mason, OH - The Frances and Craig Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce the hiring of Rogher Hargus, BSW, MSSA, as Program Director of the Center’s Sibcy House Unit, which offers a nationally recognized comprehensive diagnostic assessment and short term-residential treatment on a private-pay basis.
Lindner Center of Hope gaining ground
Business Courier Article Highlights Lindner Center of HOPE’s Growth and Progress Over the Last Four Years. Click here to read article.
Touchdown for HOPE Scores Major Awareness & Support
Fans gathered at the Champions Club at Great American Ball Park for the third annual Super Bowl party benefiting Lindner Center of HOPE.
Attendees celebrated an evening of football, food, music and big screen TV viewing of the Super Bowl. Dollars raised from sponsors, ticket sales and in-kind donations reached close to $170,000 and will help support a first-ever Eating Disorders Fellowship program focused on clinical training and research.
Ohio Launches “Don’t Get Me Started” Opiate Painkiller Awareness Campaign
In 2007, accidental drug overdose became the leading cause of injury death in Ohio, surpassing motor vehicle crashes and suicide.
February Highlights Eating Disorders Awareness Week
An Evening with an Eating Disorders Expert Panel
Mason, Ohio — February 2,2012 — In honor of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Lindner Center of HOPE will join with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Cincinnati Psychotherapy Institute to offer an Evening with an Eating Disorders Expert Panel.
Leap for HOPE to Raise Money for the Treatment of Mental Illness
With the celebration of Leap Year on February 29, High Hopes, the fundraising auxiliary for Lindner Center of HOPE, will hold its 4th annual fundraiser, Leap for HOPE.
Dollars raised from the event support the Helping Hands fund at Lindner Center of HOPE, a premier mental health hospital located in Mason offering adult residential services, inpatient hospitalization, research and outpatient services.
Touchdown for HOPE Scheduled for February 5, 2012
Super Bowl XLVI Event Raises Money for Harold C. Schott Eating Disorders Fellowship Program
The third annual Touchdown for HOPE Super Bowl Sunday event will take place on February 5, 2012.
Cincinnati Children’s and Lindner Center of HOPE
Join Forces to Enhance Mental Health Care
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the Lindner Center of HOPE are collaborating to enhance mental healthcare for adolescents in the Cincinnati area.
Super Bowl Party to benefit Lindner Center of HOPE
Touchdown for HOPE will support The Harold C. Schott Eating Disorders Program
“Touchdown for HOPE,” a Super Bowl Party on Sunday, February 6, 2011, will be held at Great American Ballpark Champions Club as a fundraiser to support The Harold C. Schott Eating Disorders Program at Lindner Center of HOPE.
Lindner Center of HOPE Announces New Physicians
The Frances and Craig Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce the following new employees: Julie N. Hyman, M.D. and Patrick G. Swanson, M.D..