Mental Health Awareness – KSB’s Zach Hill And His Personal Story

Courage, Strength, Grit.  These are the words I think of when I hear May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

A member of The KSB Family, Zach Hill of Information Technology, shares his personal story here.  Zach’s story is shared with his permission.  His words wonderfully capture the pain, confusion, and optimism felt by those that suffer and their families.

Take a few minutes to listen and watch Zach’s story.  At KSB Hospital our job is to support, help heal, and assist those we are fortunate enough to serve.  Zach, thank you for sharing your story.

  • Melissa
    Posted at 11:09h, 26 May Reply

    Great video Zach and thank you for sharing your own experiences so you can help others that are going through the same things.

  • Wendy
    Posted at 21:42h, 26 May Reply

    Thanks for sharing, Zach. The more we share, the more we all have in common. MI doesn’t discriminate; we don’t choose it, but we can treat it. Thanks for encouraging others.

  • Valerie
    Posted at 10:31h, 30 May Reply

    Thank you so much Zach. Your words are so inspiring. I can’t imagine it was easy to put yourself out there like that. Again, thank you for sharing your story.

  • Lisa Meyer-McMillion
    Posted at 10:30h, 31 May Reply


    On May 17th and 18th, My husband and I were blessed to be able to hosted a group of 6 runners and 2 crew at our home in Dixon and on a 4 day run thru Illinois to raise awareness on suicide prevention and the Stigma that is oftentimes associated with Mental Illness.
    We made an amazing connection with this group and will continue to be lifelong friends as we support them in their mission to beat the stigma of Mental Illness.

    It was a life changing experience for us. We can hope, if we can help educate others, they do not feel the need to be silent about their suffering and open up and talk to a friend or professional about how they are feeling, we have touched someone.

    Thanks for sharing!

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