NAMI Ohio will match any donation dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000. Mental Health disparities disproportionately affect the African American community. With stigma and suicide rates on the rise, Central State University (CSU), a historically black college in southern Ohio, commits itself to reducing barriers to mental health care for its students. NAMI on Campus, a student led mental health program, is one major way CSU engages students, faculty, and staff in their commitment to reducing barriers, increasing access, and raising awareness of the need for mental health care for all.
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