Guiding people from hardship on a Pathway to Peace
The Serenity Prayer talks about “accepting hardships as the pathway to peace.”
The Patricia and Jessica Lutz Foundation will help with leading people on a journey from hardship to peace.
The beloved women were spending quality time together on a walk near their home in Cincinnati. Tragically, they were hit and killed by a vehicle driving off the side of the road.
At the scene of the accident the family found papers in the bushes. The papers were a copy of the “Novena to the Virgin Mary, Untier of Knots.” Patricia and Jessica were praying during that fateful walk.
We will never know what Patricia and Jessica were praying for during their final earthly walk. But we believe these women were praying for strength against mental illness and the struggles it presents. It is fitting that they were asking the Virgin Mary, Holy Mother of God… “deliver us from the chains and confusion” … “deliver us from the evil and untie the knots that keep us from uniting with God.”
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Your donation will help people with mental illness to recover and improve their overall functioning in the community through:
- Care management – by collaborating with family members, psychiatrists, medical professionals and other service providers to ensure optimal care for clients, including assistance with benefits and crisis management
- Psychiatric treatment and medication management
- Primary health care integrated with behavioral health care at the same location
- Homeless outreach – to identify the homeless who also have mental health issues and provide them with housing assistance and other needed services
- Substance abuse treatment
- Job training, supported employment, and placement services – for those who need help with finding and keeping a job.