Tag Archives: mental health
Mental Health Disorder Statistics An estimated 26% of Americans ages 18 and older — about 1 in 4 adults — suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.
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!
On Saturday, May 30th, 2015, The Linden Lodge Foundation hosted our Annual Yard Sale Fundraiser! Volunteers had collected, stored, organized, sorted, stacked, displayed, sold, repacked and transported donated treasures that have raised ample funds for the the Residents! Our fundraiser … Continue reading →
Each May, Professor Trish Harris brings her Sandhills Community College Human Services class to Linden Lodge to tour the residence and to interact with the staff and residents. This helps the students learn what to expect when they enter employment … Continue reading →
Members of Community Presbyterian Church, Pinehurst, get ready to do some much needed painting at Linden Lodge on their “Great Day of Giving” in the community on 20 April 2015. L-R: Jan, Marianne (staff), Kitti, Chloe, and Andrea. They did … Continue reading →
Recipients are recognized for their dedication and outstanding service that enriches the lives of others and makes a difference in their communities. Commemorating its 37th anniversary this year, the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award program recognizes and celebrates the proud tradition … Continue reading →
On April 16, Marianne Kernan, the founder and “volunteer” Executive Director of Linden Lodge, and husband General William Kernan, US Army Retired were the Keynote Luncheon Speakers at the Ninth Annual NAMI-Wake County Celebration of Courage Luncheon. Marianne and “Buck” … Continue reading →
On 22 March 2015, the Linden Lodge residents and staff members supported the local C.R.O.P. Walk in support of stopping hunger in the local community by participating in their Walk held in Southern Pines, NC and also collecting donations on … Continue reading →
NAMI Moore County’s 2015 Family-to-Family Course Throughout our nation, millions of families struggle to cope with, and to care for, family members with serious mental illnesses. These caregivers not only need–they also deserve–care, concern and comfort themselves; especially if supportive measures … Continue reading →
“Bear Hugs” Project by Linden Lodge Foundation The Linden Lodge Foundation is initiating a project to help those children in our community that are in need – but especially in need of something that is warm, fuzzy, and would belong … Continue reading →