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Last Updated: 6/22/2012

SAMHSA’s Resource Center to Promote Acceptance,
Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with
Mental Health (ADS Center)


You’ve Got a Friend Ohio- Tova's N.E.S.T., Inc.
Columbus, Ohio

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Brief Description
This project was developed by Tova's N.E.S.T., Inc. (Nutrition, Education, Sleep Therapy, Inc.). It was funded through the 2008 Campaign for Mental Health Recovery state implementation awards.

This organization developed an electronic "campus mental health toolkit" to be used by faculty, students, parents, and community organizations. Information included in the toolkit covers a variety of mental health topics including information on reducing negative attitudes and discrimination related to mental illness. The electronic toolkit provides links to many relevant resources. The project’s steering committee is working to place toolkit resources on YouTube, Facebook, and MySpace where young people will access it.

To obtain further information about this project contact Tracee Black at or via phone at 614-337-1311.


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