Flyer for Wise Wisconsin Winter Virtual Learning Series

Wise Wisconsin – A Life Span Program

You are invited to attend the virtual learning series: Wise Wisconsin – A Life Span Program.  The series consists of one-hour sessions on Wednesdays at 9:00am via Zoom: February 2, 2022 Old at Heart: Reframing the Way We Think and Talk About Growing Older February 9, 2022 Compassion Resilience February 16, 2022 Advanced Directives? What […]

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Flyer for Triple P Positive Parenting Program Winter Classes

Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) Classes Available!

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program ® is a parenting and family support system designed to prevent – as well as treat – behavioral and emotional problems in children and teenagers. It aims to prevent problems in the family, school, and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to […]

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Flyer for Become a Mental Health First Aider

Become a Mental Health First Aider

FREE Virtual Opportunity! First Aiders will complete a 2-hour, self-paced online class, and then participate in a 6-hour, instructor-led Zoom Meeting. Upcoming class dates: Friday, March 4, 2022 Wednesday, May 11, 2022 Class time: 9:00am – 3:00pm Register at: bit.ly/AMHFA2011 MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID teaches you how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of […]

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Right now, many of us feel divided in many different ways. In heated disagreements there are common themes: passion, beliefs, and some level of concern or fear. The fear might be a fear of circumstances changing - or staying the same. When we recognize others may be feeling fearful as well, we are more likely to respond with compassion and a desire to understand. Things to consider: Create a support system, meaning a network of people with whom you feel safe, can be your authentic self, and can openly converse. Don't let fear get the best of you. Before you become distressed about the potential implications of current decisions, go to your trusted sources for a reality check. Step away from the news and seek connection and moments of joy. If you are experiencing prolonged or debilitating fear, seek help sorting out your emotions. Getting involved can be a powerful tool for managing fear. Ask yourself how you can contribute to making the world a better place and the changes you think will create a brighter future. Print or share this flyer.

Compassionate Care: Managing Fear

Right now, many of us feel divided in many different ways. In heated disagreements there are common themes: passion, beliefs, and some level of concern or fear. The fear might be a fear of circumstances changing – or staying the same. When we recognize others may be feeling fearful as well, we are more likely […]

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Invitation for the We Heart You: Recovery in Our Community Event

We Heart You: Recovery in Our Community Event

You’re invited to attend! We Heart You: Recovery in Our Community March 30, 2022 1:00pm – 5;00pm University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Culver Center Attached is your new save the date for this community changing event! Due to the pandemic we had to postpone until March 30, but we’re so excited that we can still make this happen. […]

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Compassionate Care: Identify Your Kryptonite (What Challenges Your Strength?)

In order to remain resilient, we need to know ourselves: our strengths, needs, vulnerabilities, and challenges. The first step in improving our wellness is recognizing our unhealthy patterns and responses. Things to consider: We each have our own responses to short- and long-term stress. You might be more or less tired, have trouble focusing or […]

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Compassionate Care: Why Rest is Critical

Tips for Caring for Others & Ourselves We are in the midst of a marathon that many of us have ben trying to sprint through. Summer is the perfect time to pause and take a break. These breaks are necessary for mental health/wellness. We want to do more than survive, we want to thrive. Rest […]

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Image of food in containers inside refrigerator and text that says Divide and Chill. Divide hot foods into shallow containers for faster cooling.

Divide and Chill

Divide hot foods into shallow containers for faster cooling. Learn more at https://www.fsis.usda.gov/food-safety/safe-food-handling-and-preparation/food-safety-basics/leftovers-and-food-safety #NCRFoodSafety

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Flyer for January 13, 2022 Fox Cities Youth Advocacy Meeting

Fox Cities Youth Advocacy Network: Networking Session via Zoom

The Fox Cities Youth Advocacy Network invites you to: Networking Session via Zoom Two-minute overview of services provided by local agencies and organizations. Organizations that would like to speak about their programs should come prepared for a casual 2-3 minute presentation and a link to handouts to drop in the chat. Email adornfeld@wisc.edu with questions. Join Zoom: […]

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Flyer for Compassionate Care - Tips for caring for others & ourselves: Why Rest?

Compassionate Care: Why Rest?

Reflect upon the benefits that rest brings to you and those you love: “I have learned, through many missteps that I am a better human if I rest. I show up the way I hope to in the world with patience and compassion.” – Mandi D. “I rest because, without time to recharge, my reserve […]

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