MASON (AP) — An Ohio health care facility has received a $75 million donation in order to address mental health care issues across the region.

The Lindner Center of HOPE in Mason, northeast of Cincinnati, announced the donation on Monday — a gift from the Fath and Lindner families. The gift comes as the region struggles with a high rate of youth suicides, with Hamilton County registering 12 deaths this year and 13 deaths in 2016.

The county has never had two straight years with youth suicides in the double digits.

Harry and Linda Fath are giving $50 million to the Lindner Center, and S. Craig and Frances Lindner also are donating $25 million. The Lindners founded the center and the Faths own a company that oversees over 8,000 apartments across four states.

This story has been corrected to show Mason is northeast, not southwest, of Cincinnati.