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At the ARDX Foundation, our goal is to shine a light on the importance of mental and behavioral wellness…

…and to serve as advocates, partners, educators, mentors, and change agents. We believe in improving the health and wellbeing our most vulnerable populations, including women, youth and the elderly living in disadvantaged communities. We also believe the foundation of our Nation’s economy are the small businesses who have been drastically impacted by COVID-19. Therefore, ARDX Foundation aims to provide support to small business whose founders come from our most vulnerable populations, women and minorities.

We are committed to creating initiatives and providing resources that transform the lives of women and their families, enabling them to make their own mental wellness a top priority.

Community Programs

The ARDX Foundation works with individuals and communities through five key programs:

The Reddix Rules Fund

It is the mission of The ARDX Foundation and ELG Management to uplift women in the local community by showing them the power that we as women of color-owned businesses still have to help out our local communities. The Reddix Rules Fund blends the entrepreneurship vein of Envision Lead Grow with the mental health work being done by the ARDX Foundation. We stand by our devotion to creating the next generation of resilient entrepreneurs and leaders.

The Healthcare Academy

We provide interactive, age-appropriate, educational programs that help children and youth increase self-esteem while decreasing obesity, bullying, and other unhealthy behaviors.

Women’s Wellness Celebration

Our annual conference provides a full slate of inspiring programs that help women make positive mental health choices for themselves and their families.

Smart Teens Accepting Responsibility Today (START)

Through a paid internship program, we help high-school students build a solid foundation for mental health and a legacy of community service.

College Wellness Program

This program provides online and group sessions for students learning to navigate higher education while managing their own mental health.

Angela Reddix

Dr. Angela D. Reddix (for full bio, click here)
Board Chairman, ARDX Foundation

Dr. Reddix’s vision has created an organization that is committed to improving the lives of our most vulnerable populations by enhancing healthcare practices and exercising social responsibility. Angela brings her belief in social responsibility to life by spearheading several community outreach programs each year, such as the Healthcare Academy to combat bullying and abuse… (read more)



The Lifeline (@800273TALK) -Twitter

The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, ans best practices for professionals.

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)


M-F 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

In Crisis: Text “NAMI” to 741741

NAMI ensures that individuals, caregivers and educators get the support and information they need, providing support, and advocacy to ensure that people get the care needed and deserved.