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Walgreens customers donate to awareness campaign

1:54 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
Michelle Nelson, Ministry Health Care social worker and chairwoman of the Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Awareness Committee of Portage County, is pictured accepting a check from Julie Babbitt, Walgreens pharmacy manager.
Michelle Nelson, Ministry Health Care social worker and chairwoman of the Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Awareness Committee of Portage County, is pictured accepting a check from Julie Babbitt, Walgreens pharmacy manager.
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As a part of Mental Health Month Observance in May, the Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Awareness Committee of Portage County organized its third annual "Ribbons of Hope Campaign."

Ribbons were available are local Walgreens. The campaign provided an opportunity to create an awareness of mental health within our community with contributions from the campaign totaling $488. Funds raised will be used to promote services in Portage County related to suicide prevention and mental health awareness.

We hope that this campaign ...

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