Butterfly Run 2018 - Columbus

Behind our staff is the Nationwide Children's Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion. When it is completed in 2020, this pavilion will be the largest research and treatment facility, on a pediatric campus, in the country.  It's a big move to address a national crisis. Behavioral health issues, including suicide, are dramatically increasing among children under the age of 18. One in five children ages 13-18 live with a serious mental illness, but only half of those children will get the treatment they need.
Behind our staff is the Nationwide Children's Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion. When it is completed in 2020, this pavilion will be the largest research and treatment facility, on a pediatric campus, in the country. It's a big move to address a national crisis. Behavioral health issues, including suicide, are dramatically increasing among children under the age of 18. One in five children ages 13-18 live with a serious mental illness, but only half of those children will get the treatment they need.

Team Chrysalis

Thank you for visiting our  Behavioral Health and Psychiatry Butterfly Run fundraising page. The Butterfly Run was created to support life-saving research and care for kids affected by behavioral and mental health issues such as substance abuse, trauma, suicide, developmental disorders, and depression.  Our hope is to raise awareness and gain an understanding of the many issues facing patients and families affected by these conditions. 

The staff of Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Big Lots Behavioral Health and Psychiatry is excited to participate the Butterfly Run to help kids around the world who have behavioral and mental health needs. Won’t you join us in helping kids everywhere? 

 

Please consider supporting the Butterfly Run by making a donation today. 

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