We’re excited to announce our golf tournament is schedule for Monday, June 1 at Jefferson Country Club. We can’t wait to welcome back our teams from previous years and some new faces this year. You can expect more games and fun on the course this year.
Thank you to our title sponsor, Columbus Springs for their continued support of our event!
To register or learn more visit our events page.
Please join us in reaching our campaign goal of raising $10,000 so we can purchase a generator for Miles House.
Miles House is in an older neighborhood with aging electrical infrastructure. As a result, power outages are common, especially during storms. Power outages are a true challenge for the staff and clients at Miles House. When power is lost, staff cannot connect to Netcare resources, including phone, client data, and emergency systems. If a client is new to Miles House, lack of lighting in an unfamiliar place causes disorientation and anxiety, jeopardizing everyone’s safety. And, food spoilage resulting from sustained periods without power has cost the agency thousands of dollars over the years.
Your support of this Better Together campaign will impact the wellbeing, safety, and security of clients and staff at Miles House. By purchasing and installing a new generator, powered by natural gas, this critical resource for our community can weather any storm!
Click here to donate now!
For more information about the 37th Annual Netcare Foundation Golf Tournament presented by Columbus Springs Hospitals, click here.
Join us on Friday, February 8th for an exclusive event hosted by Netcare Access. The Flood is co-commissioned by Opera Columbus and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra to tell the story of the Great Flood of 1913 and how it devastated the community of Franklinton but through devastation and human connection we can rise.
Our ticket price of $100 per person includes access to the cocktail reception with heavy hors d’oeuvres at the The Westin Great Southern at 6:00 PM followed by the premiere performance of The Flood at the adjacent theater at 7:30 PM. (You do not need to purchase a theater seat through Ticketmaster.)
Tickets are limited to this event so don’t delay. You may purchase tickets online with a credit card or email Jessica Lilly at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seats and pay by check made payable to the Netcare Foundation.
Please mail your payment to Netcare Foundation Attn: The Flood 199 S. Central Ave Columbus, OH 43223.
We were recognized by the Columbus Young Professional Club as a Wonderful Workplace for Young Professionals in 2018 at their Year-End Celebration on December 6. Every year CYP in partnership with the Human Resources Association of Central Ohio and CityPulse Columbus present the Top 40 Wonderful Workplaces with an award and we were delighted to be recognized this year. The categories of Coolness (Attraction), Stickiness (Retention), Community Impact and Growth Opportunities are the areas each company is nominated in.
We hope to continue to attract more young professionals to come work with us at Netcare Access.
In 1913, Columbus’ west side was bustling with new railroads and industrial developments, police rode horse drawn buggies and residents read the Columbus Evening Dispatch. However on March 24, more than 5 inches of rain fell in Central Ohio and the great rivers of the state, including the Scioto River rose rapidly. By dawn on March 25 many people began fleeing their homes in knee-high water and by mid-morning a large portion of the State Levee had collapsed. Within hours the entire Franklinton neighborhood was under several feet of water in some places it was estimated to be 17 feet high. Residents went to their attics or roofs but in some cases whole house were lifted off of their foundations. Temperatures dropped and night came, many individuals were too exhausted to hang on to drifting items or tree branches. Over the next five days police, firemen, volunteers and the National Guard worked to save individuals in what was called the worst catastrophe in the history of Columbus and the largest national disaster in Ohio’s history. In total, 467 people died and more than 40,000 homes were ruined throughout Ohio. An estimated 97 people died in Columbus due to the flooding.
The Flood is co-commissioned by Opera Columbus and ProMusica Chamber Orchestra to tell the story of the Great Flood of 1913 and how it devastated the community of Franklinton but through devastation and human connection we can rise.
Today Franklinton is seeing another revival, not post-flood fortunately, but in ways of community and economic growth. Netcare has been a part of the Franklinton area since 1972 and we are proud to offer our services to all residents and visitors of Franklin County in substance abuse and mental health crisis. We’ve been here for the revivals the re-buildings and the rising of the community and we’ll continue to be here for decades to come.
Join us on Friday, February 8th for an exclusive event hosted by Netcare Access at The Westin followed by the premier performance of The Flood at The Southern Theater. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served.
Tickets will go on sale in January that include admission to our cocktail party and a viewing of the performance on February 8. We have reserved seats for the performance so you do not need to purchase tickets directly from Ticketmaster.
If you would like to be added to the guest list to receive an invitation please email PR@netcareaccess.org.
We are very excited to announce our first annual Community Awards & Recognition Dinner at La Scala Italian Bistro on Wednesday, October 17 from 5;30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Our event is a celebration of Netcare Access’ supporters, advocates, first responders, community leaders and staff that have made an impact on the lives of the individuals we serve. Each and every day individuals come to Netcare for treatment and guidance and because of our community partners we can continue to offer quality care and attention to those in crisis.
Live entertainment provided by duo Honey and Blue
The silent auction features unique experiences such as a private pizza party for 6 people with Mikey Sorboro of Mikey’s Late Night Slice, tour and tasting packages to Willamette Valley Winery and Ankeny Vineyary in Oregon with overnight accommodations and tickets to a performance of Disney’s Aladdin at the Ohio Theater.
All proceeds benefit the Netcare Foundation. The Netcare Foundation provides the only source of discretionary funds for Netcare Access. Netcare Foundation funds have been needed recently for the purchase of Reach Out vans, facility safety repairs and an employee scholarship grant.
The Netcare Foundation is excited to announce our first annual Community Awards & Recognition Dinner event on Wednesday, October 17 at La Scala Italian Bistro in Dublin. This event is a celebration of Netcare Access’ supporters, advocates, first responders, community leaders and staff that have made an impact on the lives of the individuals we serve. Each and every day people come to Netcare for treatment and guidance and because of our community partners we can continue to offer quality care and attention to those in crisis.
Join us for live entertainment, dinner, cash bar, an awards ceremony and a silent auction all to benefit the Netcare Foundation.
Sponsorship opportunities and ticket sales will be available soon.
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Milestone Benefits Agency
SUN Behavioral Columbus
Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry
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