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Did you know there are creative ways to support Lindner Center of HOPE? Ways in which Lindner Center of HOPE, you and your loved ones all benefit at the same time?

Such giving techniques are called "planned gifts", because with thoughtful planning, you create win-win solutions for you and Lindner Center of HOPE.


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Name Lindner Center of HOPE in Your Will

Make us part of your family. A gift through your will or estate is the easiest gift you can make today.

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Put Your IRA to Work for Lindner Center of HOPE

There's a simple, straightforward way to avoid income tax and potential estate tax on your retirement plan, while making a significant gift to Lindner Center of HOPE.

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Support Lindner Center of HOPE in Creative Ways

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If you wish to make a credit card payment by phone, please call the Development Office at:

513-536-0317.

Or, if you prefer to make a gift by mail, please send your check to:
Lindner Center of HOPE
Development Office
4075 Old Western Row Road
Mason, OH 45040


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Mental Illness Statistics

Since its opening, the multi-disciplinary staff has provided inpatient and outpatient services to over 70,000 individuals and families.

Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Alcoholism and Traumatic Brain Injury are the most common causes of casualties in the wars our country is fighting; and last year suicides accounted for more deaths than combat.

Research shows that early diagnosis improves a patient’s rate of recovery. In addition, since genetics can play a role in mental illness, early screenings may help patients understand their possible risks.