Who Are We?
The Beehive Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization started in 2019 that is dedicated to creating a buzz around pediatric mental and behavioral health issues. We are committed to providing the resources necessary to families in our local community burdened by these issues, so that no child is denied access to treatments that change lives.
How to help
If you would like more information about The Beehive Alliance or are interested in joining our outreach and fundraising efforts, please email Brad Sheely or Taylor Germain at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Beehive Alliance supports Nationwide Children's Hospital Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion - America's largest center dedicated exclusively to child and adolescent behavioral and mental health on a pediatric medical campus. Featuring inpatient services, intensive outpatient services, a Psychiatric Crisis Department and research all under one roof, this integrated pediatric behavioral health approach serves as a model for other health care systems across the nation.
Thank you to all who helped us raise $11,000 through our 2021 lemonade fundraiser! We are already looking forward to next year! #BuzzforPMH
Because of your support and generosity, the Beehive Alliance was able to present a $10,000 Donation To the Behavioral Health Pavillion at Nation Wide Children's Hospital.
Our gift will go towards creating an On Our Sleeves educational video to reach children across the United States, and developing a new wellness activity targeting youth organizations.
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Dr. Huston is a licensed clinical psychologist as well as the clinical director of the On Our Sleeves program at Nationwide Children's Hospital. Watch our original interviews where we discuss a variety of mental health topics that affect children of all ages.
Beehive Members were able to deliver 116 kindness kits and 100 extra fidgets to the Nationwide Behavioral Health Pavilion! Kits included journals, 2 fidgets, card games, and notes of inspiration. They were created for patients of the pavilion by children who attended our first free back-to-school mental health fair.