The LTM Foundation was recently awarded a generous donation from the Shodeen Family Foundation to support our mission to stop the stigma that prevents individuals from receiving the care they need.
In support of International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) the LTM Foundation, Bloomingdale and Glendale Heights Police Departments plan to host a community event to raise awareness about the dangers of drug misuse. Join us to learn what is being done to address this epidemic from our community leaders including Illinois State Rep Deb Conroy, DuPage County Sheriff James Mendrick, Lorraine Martin, National Safety Council President and CEO, and LTM Foundation President Felicia Miceli. Be trained to administer NARCAN, a drug that can reverse an overdose and tour the Hidden In Plain Sight Trailer to discover common places teens hid drugs. If you have lost some to addiction, bring a framed photo for the memorial table.
November 27, 2018 (Daily Herald) The Bloomingdale Township Mental Health Board recently awarded more than $500,000 in funding to local organizations serving township residents in the areas of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse. Funding was provided to Access Community Health Network/Martin T. Russo Family Health Center, Amita Health Adventist Medical Center, Bloomingdale Police Department, Glendale Heights Police Department, Bloomingdale Township Youth Services Bureau, Easterseals DuPage & Fox Valley, LTM Foundation, Marklund Children's Home, NAMI of DuPage County, Ray Graham Association for People With Disabilities, Trinity Lutheran Adult Day Services, Roselle Police Department, and YWCA Metropolitan Chicago.