In the News
Below you will find our latest media highlights. In an effort the keep the information on this page current, this page is updated frequently. Last updated February 2023.
IN THE NEWS
July 5, 2022: https://flaglerlive.com/178229/stephen-bickel-flagler-cares-endowment/. (flaglerlive.com)
April 10, 2022: Orlando Magic Youth Foundation Distributes Over $1 Million to 17 Central Florida Organizations. (NBA.com)
March 27, 2022: Empathy, community key to helping children’s mental health crisis (Orlando Sentinel)
October 18, 2021: Mental Health Services Available in Flagler County. (Sun & Surf Magazine)
September 8, 2021: Clay County School District, Flagler Health+ to increase adolescent access to mental health services. (Clay Today)
June 24, 2021: OMYF Surprises 12 Local Non-Profits with Grants Totaling $700K, Bringing Total Grants Given in 2021 to $1M (NBA.com) and OMYF awards $700K in grants to nonprofits (Orlando Sentinel)
May 23, 2021: Flagler County (FL) Mental Health Partnership Announcement (Part 1). (WNZF NewsRadio 94.9FM / 1550AM)
May 20, 2021: AdventHealth to connect more Flagler County patients with ‘Impower’ for mental health services. (Palm Coast Observer)
May 17, 2021: IMPOWER Celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month. (Seminole County Chamber)
March 24, 2021: Number of people seeking counseling, other services soars. (Triangle News Leader)
March 6, 2021: Fairwinds Foundation announces recipients of 2021 grants. (Bungalower)
February 2, 2021: Finding mental health counseling when you’re under or uninsured. (ClickOrlando/News 6)
December 16, 2020: Court to Livestream Ceremonial Session Honoring Centennial of Women’s Suffrage. (Florida Supreme Court)
May 30, 2020: Young people aging out of foster care face added burden amid pandemic. (Orlando Sentinel)
February 20, 2020: OMYF Spotlight: IMPOWER. (NBA.com)
May 14, 2019: Florida Blue Foundation Sapphire Awards honor individuals, community health programs and organizations across state. (PR Newswire)
January 4, 2019: Good News: ‘My Kind of Giving’. (The Florida Times-Union)
December 25, 2018: Telehealth Increases Access, Reduces Wait Time and Cost. (HealthTech Insider)
April 27, 2018: Polk County Brings Mental Healthcare To Uninsured Residents. (WJCT Public Media)
April 10, 2018: Count of Central Florida’s homeless youth reveals ‘hidden’ population. (Orlando Sentinel)
LATEST PRESS RELEASES
February 7, 2023: Molina Healthcare and IMPOWER Provide State’s First 24/7 Virtual Crisis Tehealth Helpline
September 9, 2021: Help IMPOWER By Dining At Any Columbia Restaurant in September
August 27, 2021: IMPOWER Honors Community Partners at Annual “You Rock!” Awards Ceremony
May 18, 2021: IMPOWER Celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month
January 29, 2021: Statewide behavioral health nonprofit helps South Florida residents cope with the emotional turmoil of the pandemic.
May 21, 2020: IMPOWER Granted $600,000 to Provide Telehealth Services for Mental Health/Substance Abuse Treatment Related to COVID-19.
Do you represent a local or national media outlet interested in featuring IMPOWER? Get in touch with a member of our team using the contact details below.
Vice President External Relations
(407) 215-0095 x211