what we see
Throughout this COVID-19 pandemic, Johnson Memorial Health has been at the center of care for our community.
This virus has afflicted pain and suffering on our patients. The loss of loved ones, the economic uncertainty and the disruption of our normal lives also have impacted our mental well-being. We see the impact every day.
That is why the Johnson Memorial Hospital Foundation is dedicated to helping those suffering emotionally.
Launched virtually during the Foundation's Annual Gala on April 16, we are now offering our community an opportunity to contribute. Your gift will help our community recover and come alive.
"This campaign helps make behavioral healthcare accessible and more affordable for our community."
- Dr. David Dunkle, President/CEO, Johnson Memorial Health
how we HELP
WHAT YOUR SUPPORT PROVIDES
Front-line, urgent evaluation of JMH patients facing a mental health crisis
Help from a professional navigator to get immediate behavioral health servicesFollow-up to see how JMH patients are doing
Ongoing work to ending the stigma surrounding mental illness and addiction
Making care more accessible to those in our communityCommunity support for those suffering from mental illness
Raising awareness for mental illness
WHAT OUR FRONT-LINE PROVIDERS SAY
Help Us Provide Life-Changing Services
"The current COVID pandemic has cast a dark shadow over many lives and has added a layer of trauma and additional barriers to overcome."
- Tricia Duncan, BA/OBHP Community Health Worker.
THERE IS A HEAVY TOLL AHEAD
"This has been a challenge for mental health providers across situations as agencies have stretched to meet the needs of others while attempting to cope with the exact same issues themselves."
- Kimberly Beck, LCSW
WHY MENTAL HEALTHCARE IS NEEDED
1,025 from ages 3 to 99
Only 43.6 percent
BE WELL INDIANA
Hoosiers are facing unique challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most people are experiencing some amount of grief, stress, depression and worry. The good news is there are steps you can take, resources you can discover and people you can reach out to who can help you feel better at Be Well Indiana. These resources have been compiled by the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction designed to help Hoosiers stay connected and maintain their well-being. The information has been validated by local and national experts that you can trust.
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