We’re opening our mouths, ears and hearts to improve behavioral health.
The Shipyard’s involvement in the WonderBus Music & Arts Festival goes beyond our love of live music, community culture and the City of Columbus. It is one of the many tangible ways our agency is doing all it can to help improve behavioral health.
Live music creates community, and we’ll use those two powerful influences at WonderBus to start new dialogue around depression and suicide, breaking down the stigma of these misunderstood illnesses. We’ll do it with the expertise of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Health.
In addition to the agency’s pro-bono support of the event, CAS and WonderBus organizers have guaranteed a share of revenue to help the medical center's programs for fighting depression and suicide prevention.
For a complete artist list for the two-day festival, visit WonderBusFest.com.
Our partnership with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center’s Department of Psychiatry aims to improve the family experience and success of treating behavioral illnesses.
We have committed marketing expertise and resources to developing a new project that empowers the families of patients admitted for suicidality to Ohio State Harding Hospital with essential information to reduce the incidence of suicide after discharge and to facilitate safe re-entry into daily living activities.
We’re proud to work with and support the On Our Sleeves™ pediatric behavioral health initiative with Nationwide Children’s Hospital.