Too caught up in their own dysfunction, anxiety and drama, the Angell family doesn’t realize there’s a real monster just waiting to strike. Human and tender, “Wild Butterflies” touches on the emotional and financial issues that affect 2.7 million grandparents, 12 million single parents and 35 percent of American children.Read more
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Mental illness affects one in five adults and costs U.S. employers upwards of $193 billion annually. Half of chronic mental illness begins before age 14; however, fewer than 20 percent of children with mental illness get the treatment they need. Yet cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes and respiratory illnesses typically dominate healthcare conversations. That’s because for most people, mental health is not a watercooler conversation. It’s a stigma company leaders just don’t understand.Read more
After graduating high school, Courtenay Reed took a few classes at a community college and worked at a print shop. But he wanted more. So, in 1987, at age 19, he joined the Marine Corps, an experience that gave him purpose. In boot camp, he trained to be a rifleman and to win battles through honor, courage and commitment. Afterward,Read more
Opioid misuse affects everyone. Every day, emergency room professionals treat more than 1,000 people for prescription opioid misuse, and more than 91 people die from opioid overdoses.Read more
Tiny home, giant opportunity: Nonprofit offers the homeless four walls … and a foundation for a stable future
David Leenhouts loved preaching in the pulpit. But after 25 years, frequent health challenges required him to take substantial time off, and then he was forced into early retirement. Worse still, when Leenhouts lost his job, he lost his home because the United Methodist Church in east Ohio provided his housing. “It’s been a long year,” says Leenhouts, a thoughtfulRead more