Thursday, August 26, 2010
Glenview Golf Course
10965 Springfield Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45245
12:30 p.m. Shotgun Start
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A portion of this years proceeds will benefit Surviving the Teens, a program of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Thank you for your support. Thus far, donations have enabled Cathy Strunk, RN to visit 24 schools throughout Greater Cincinnati to talk to teens about depression and suicide, teach coping skills, and provide resources for assistance. Through the use of surveys, Cathy has been able to identify over 200 suicidal teens and provide them with help.
Last year's donations paid for the creation and printing of posters with hotline phone numbers which have been displayed throughout Cincinnati. Thank you for your continued support.
Catherine Strunk, a psychiatric nurse for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the director of the Surviving The Teens Program, interviews Debbie Brown, a mother who lost her to son to suicide. She talks about signs of depression, tools to help parents prevent this tragedy, and The Justin Brown Memorial Foundation .
Click here to download a PDF of the points mentioned in this video.
Recorded on 8/15/2008 at CET Studios
Shown left to right: Michael Sorter Associate Professor - Director Division of Child Psychiatry, Cathy Strunk Research Nurse Psychiatry Intake Response Team Division of Child Psychiatry, Donald Johns Business Director Division of Child Psychiatry
Business Courier of Cincinnati - August 31, 2007 by Kathleen Norris Courier Contributor
Debbie Brown would like to save the life of your child.
This is a personal cause for Brown. She's the mother of two sons, but only one is thinking about his future right now. In April 2006 her youngest, 14-year-old Justin, killed himself.
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On April 11, 2006, Justin Brown chose to end his life at the tender age of 14. In April of 2007 the Justin Brown Memorial Foundation was founded to focus on the Awareness and Prevention of Teenage Suicide.
a program of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Surviving the Teens offers Help and Hope
The program consists of three components:
Shot gun start
Dinner and Silent Auction
Awards & Prizes
$100 per player or $500 per foursome. Single players welcome. We will pair you up with others to form a foursome
If you would like to join us for dinner only only the cost is $25 per person
Checks should be made payable to Justin Brown Memorial Foundation and mailed to: