Proclamation result of City of Mason’s commitment to culture of health, mental wellness
City leaders were joined by leaders from the Lindner Center of HOPE and Assurex Health, both significant contributors to research, innovation, education and health care delivery in the field of mental health, at the April 13 City Council Meeting to commemorate national Mental Health Month (May) and Community Mental Health Education Day (May 3). The City issued proclamations acknowledging both events.
The City of Mason has partnered with the Lindner Center of HOPE, one of the premier mental health centers in the nation, and Assurex Health, a rapidly-growing, innovative precision medicine company, to support their ongoing growth and development. This partnership is a result of the City of Mason’s commitment to fostering a culture of physical and mental health and well-being – from the people who work and live in the city, to the companies in Mason’s thriving Innovation and Biohealth corridor.
The Lindner Center of HOPE is hosting an Education Day on May 3
The proclamation for May 3 being Community Mental Health Education Day coincides with the Lindner Center of HOPE hosting an Education Day event on May 3. This half-day event is a community workshop that will focus on mental illness and addiction. Community-wide education is critical to the mission of giving hope and restoration to those who suffer from mental health issues, as well as their family and caregivers. Providing an Education Day on May 3 to the Greater Cincinnati population is a collaborative effort to enhance awareness of mental illness and addiction, and break down cultural stigma. Registration information is available at lindnercenterofhope.org/educationday or by contacting Kelly Hines at firstname.lastname@example.org; 513-536-0328.