Miami Valley View

Miami Valley View

Miami Valley View is a locally produced program with the emphasis on highlighting local issues, not for profit organizations and events of interest to those who live, work and play in the Miami Valley.... Show More
May 10, 2020 30 min
Segment 1:

Mental Health amid the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic
Guests: Tristyn Eppley, Manager of the Montgomery County Prevention Coalition and Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug, Addiction and Mental Health Services and Sallie Luther, a retired physician and a volunteer board member for the Ohio Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
If you are struggling with your Mental Health, there are services available to help you and your family.
Call Get Help Now at 937.528.7777
Montgomery County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Mental Health America

Segment 2:

Community Blood Center
Guest: Mark Pompilio - Communication Manager for the Community Blood Center
For more information about the Community Blood Center and how your can donate blood or find out more information about the Dayton Area Coronavirus Convalescent Plasma (CCP) Donor Program go to:
To make your appointment to donate, go to
Call 937.461.3220

Happy Mother's Day! Thanks for listening and have a great week! Kim
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