Category Archives: Community Outreach
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CAR WASH & LIVE MUSIC WITH PATHWAYS BAND! Linden Lodge Foundations is hosting a car wash fundraiser to aid in the continuous operations of Linden Lodge, a group home dedicated to the recovery of Adults living with severe Mental Illness. … Continue reading
Join us May 3rd and 4th for our Semi-Annual Charity Yard Sale. We have everything! Furniture, clothes, electronics, home goods, everything! Check out our Facebook Event for up to date info!
Linden Lodge is so blessed to be in this community. Our wonderful neighbors always show up for us when we need them. We sincerely hope that you know how much we appreciate you. Deep Creek Baptist Church, thank you for … Continue reading
The following op-ed appeared in the Wall Street Journal on March 26, 2019. Where Did the Schizophrenics Go? E. Fuller Torrey and Wendy Simmons Wondrous are the ways of Washington. In a single day, the federal government officially reduced the number of … Continue reading
Hallelujah! This can have a major impact on our area, both locally and statewide, and on the population the Linden Lodge Foundation supports and serves. Please check out the news below and consider making the pledge to support more access … Continue reading
My name is Wil Wheaton. I live with chronic Depression, and I am not ashamed. blog I’m about to go speak to NAMI Ohio’s statewide conference, Fulfilling the Promise. These are the remarks I prepared for my speech. Before I … Continue reading
The Linden Lodge Foundation would like to share a ground-breaking report “Horrific deaths, brutal treatment: Mental illness in America’s jails,” published by The Virginia Pilot. In a nine-month investigation, reporter Gary Harki and several Marquette University students tracked the deaths of 404 … Continue reading
Hattie Gladwell Metro.co.uk You are not OCD. You have OCD. That’s an important distinction. I really wish people would stop labelling themselves – and others – with their mental illness. What I’m talking about is discussing mental illness as though … Continue reading