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Youth in Philanthropy Encouraging Excellence – YIPEE - recognized Unison Behavioral Health Group during their annual grant ceremony May 8 at the University of Toledo.

According to Courtney Weiss, Unison’s Chief Operating Officer, “Unison was recognized by the program because we have distinguished ourselves as offering programs that impact the lives of our city’s youth.”

Jacob Radwanski, a student at Cardinal Stritch Catholic High School and participant in the YIPEE program, presented the $1,000 award to Unison. Funds will be used to produce a peer-to-peer public service announcement highlighting Unison’s “Live to Celebrate Another Day” prom and graduation campaign.

For more information on Unison and its “Live to Celebrate Another Day” campaign, visit www.unisonbhg.org.

Jacob Radwanski, a Cardinal Stritch High School student and member of YIPEE, presents Courtney Weiss, Unison’s chief operating officer, and Kitty Slight Unison marketing manager, with a $1,000 award.

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