Join us March 2, 2019.
This year, the Women’s Board is working to unmask mental health and raise $1 million dollars to fulfill the start-up needs for the mental health inpatient unit.
The current services available to children in crisis are fragmented, duplicative and confusing for parents and professionals. Last year, Dayton Children’s evaluated 969 children at risk of harming themselves or others. There is a need for a regional approach to caring for these high-risk children.
Children, in mental health crisis, require an expert care team, a safe care environment, child-friendly features and connection to services prior to discharge.
How can you play a part?
the women's board
Formed in 1964, the Women’s Board of Dayton Children’s Hospital serves as a fundraising auxiliary board and also supports Dayton Children’s through volunteerism and outreach activities. Today, the Board is composed of 40 community leaders whose mission is to improve the health, education and overall wellness of children in the community through direct support of Dayton Children's Hospital.