We Thank You

Thank you to our board members who are moving on after serving on our Board of Directors. We appreciate your dedication to Every Child Succeeds and your work with us to ensure an optimal start for children in the first 1000 days of life.   Carmen Bowling Katherine Hiltz Katie Overcash Shannon Starkey Rachel Vortruba…

Read More

Moving Beyond Depression Program selected to receive a Best Practice Award from the AMCHP

Every Child Succeeds is pleased to announce that our Moving Beyond Depression program has been selected to receive a Best Practice Award at AMCHP’s 2018 Annual Conference in February. You can read the notification letter or download the official signed document below. Dear Mr. Ammerman, On behalf of the Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs,…

Read More

Helping Mothers Move Beyond Depression

Watch the video interview segment on WXIX (Channel 19), that shows how “Every Child Succeeds” teaches new parents how to cope with depression. They spoke with “Moving Beyond Depression” founder, Dr. Robert Ammerman and Michelle Rummel. Click HERE to watch the video.

Read More

Every Child Succeeds President Judith B. Van Ginkel Receives Great Living Cincinnatian Award

The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s 51st class of Great Living Cincinnatians. From left, Robert Kohlhepp, Dr. Chester Pryor II, Dr. Judith Van Ginkel and John Steele Sr. Since 1967, the Great Living Cincinnatian Award has been presented annually by the Chamber. The 2018 honorees will join 151 previous awardees chosen by the Chamber’s Senior Council…

Read More

Amazon Smile Supports Every Child Succeeds

You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Every Child Succeeds. AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service. SupportEvery Child Succeeds by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com. Click HERE to start shopping

Read More

Moving Beyond Depression

“Am I a bad mother?” “Does my child deserve someone better than me?” “Am I doing something wrong?” “Maybe I will always feel this way.” These are common thoughts women experiencing postpartum depression have had. Depression is common in women who are pregnant or who have recently given birth. Many women experience the “baby blues,”…

Read More