March 31, 2017 our lives changed forever with our 21 year old’s 1st (and hopefully last) break. The future looked bleak, then we discovered CURESZ. Thanks to Bethany and team for the website to give hope and to allow us to dream. We are grateful.
(at left is Bethany with Dr. Robert McCullumsmith, photo by Colleen Kelley, University of Cincinnati)
“As a parent of a daughter living with schizoaffective disorder, I am proud to support the CURESZ Foundation. I personally appreciate their dedication to correcting misconceptions about schizophrenia, thereby reducing stigma and encouraging early intervention. I especially appreciate how profoundly the foundation inspires individuals and their families as they work toward remission, recovery, and beyond, emphasizing the importance of living full and meaningful lives in spite of the challenges schizophrenia presents.
Thank you, Dr. Nasrallah (Vice President) for promoting the use of clozapine, an often underutilized medication, which I consider life-saving treatment for our daughter. Thank you, Karen Yeiser (Secretary) for being such an inspiration to parents and caregivers. Thank you, Bethany Yeiser (President) for encouraging our daughter who is now following in Bethany’s footsteps and attending college as a part-time student.”
-Gayle Ayres, parent and mental health advocate (Gayle is pictured at right)
It’s wonderful to see the work being done by Bethany and the doctors who contribute to this website. This is helping countless persons cope with this illness and understand it better. And it’s wonderful to see so many testimonials from people who have effectively conquered this illness.
– Doug Hissong
(above is Bethany with CURESZ volunteer Jacey Schunk)
Click here to donate to the CURESZ Foundation.