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Health
& Addiction
Helping those who struggle with disease, addiction &
mental wellness is essential to our community's health.

Health &
Addiction
Helping those who struggle
with disease, addiction,
and mental health is
essential to our community.

Patience, care & understanding are essential to helping those to thrive, not just survive.

In Ohio, five people die by suicide every day. One youth dies by suicide every 33 hours. In 2018, there were 1,836 suicides in our State. In 2018, 271 of Ohio’s suicide deaths were among youth ages 10-24. Then there are those who are addicted to heroin, opioids, and equally dangerous illicit drugs. 3,764 Ohioans died from unintentional drug overdoses in 2018. Mental health issues and disease are often underlying factors of drug abuse and suicide.


Truth. No one likes the “C” word. Cancer. Cancer is the second most common cause of death in Ohio accounting for nearly one of every four deaths. Cancer is not one disease. Science has identified 100+ kinds of cancer. In pediatric brain tumor alone, there are 100 types of tumors and even if cured, children suffer life-long side effects.


There are many underlying issues associated with disease, addiction, and mental health wellness. We can lift those afflicted by addressing social determinants of health such as education, income, discrimination, quality of health care and access to healthy foods. Where we are born, live, learn, play, work and age, shouldn’t define who gets access to help. The organizations below help aid individuals in. You can support these organizations easily through volunteering time or providing a donation of goods, services, or funds. If you prefer, you can donate to IMPACT60 which holds these initiatives as priorities in our communities.

Maryhaven

Maryhaven helps individuals and families lead healthy lives free from addiction and mental illness by providing education, treatment and support.

National Alliance on Mental Illness Delaware & Morrow Counties (NAMI)

To improve the quality of life and ensure dignity and respect for persons with mental illness, and their families and close friends through support groups, education classes and advocacy.

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

As the world's leading nonprofit committed to children and teens with brain tumors, the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation's mission is simple, yet powerful: Care. Cure. Thrive. Your support makes this possible, providing care for families, fueling research to cure childhood brain tumors and helping survivors and families thrive.

Pink Ribbon Girls

Our organization was founded by breast cancer survivors who have a passion for supporting and empowering others who are currently in the fight against breast and gynecological cancers. We don’t want to just TALK about cancer, we want to TAKE ON cancer. We are here to make the burden lighter. We strive to balance the fear and uncertainty that breast and gynecological cancers bring to individuals and families by providing FREE direct services of healthy meals, housecleaning, rides to treatment, and peer support to our clients, to ensure that No One Travels This Road Alone…™

Download a list of organizations that we partner with!