Benefiting CHC's free programs and financial assistance for youth mental health and learning differences.

Today, 1 in 5 students have learning and/or attention issues, with 40% having coexisting mental health conditions like anxiety and depression. Additionally, 74% of school districts report increased student mental health stresses since the pandemic.

Join our conversation “Taking Charge of Mental Health” to discuss our collective commitment to empower individuals in embracing their mental health journey.

Join us on May 8, 2024 at Sharon Heights Golf & Country Club for the 11th Annual CHC Breakfast, featuring award-winning mental health advocate, Ross Szabo, who will share his insights on mental health awareness, destigmatization of mental health issues, and strategies for fostering resilience and well-being.

11th Annual CHC Breakfast benefiting CHC's free programs and financial assistance for youth mental health and learning differences.

Wednesday, May 8, 2024

8:30 – 10:30 am | Sharon Heights Golf & Country Club

CHC Breakfast Co-chairs

Paige Arata & Ben Choi

CHC BREAKFAST Honorary committee

Jenna and Jim Ellis, Elaine Hahn, Jan and Peter Harris, Julie Terrell Hooper, Jill Johnson, Linda McGeever, Melinda and Rick Osterloh, Beckie Robertson, Barbara Silverman, Jocelynn and Jeff Staley, Cindy Traum, Emily and Greg Waldorf, Katherine and Rick Wiechmann

Make an Impact

Help support CHC’s comprehensive and integrated services for learning differences and mental health for children, teens, young adults and families.

When we first realized our son was struggling with things that many kids his age were not, we felt alone and didn't know where to turn. Not only did CHC provide us with knowledge and important resources but also the peace of mind of knowing there are people so committed to kids like mine. We are incredibly grateful!

A CHC Parent