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Resources for Survivors

National Organizations

Man Therapy

An online effort to help men deal with everyday turd tornadoes and mental health issues.

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QPR Information

HELP SAVE A LIFE. Get trained in the suicide prevention technique of QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer). QPR training, like CPR, is for everyone. The one hour training is free and available locally. Attend a QPR training or host one at your agency, organization or business. For more information or to schedule a free QPR training contact Michelle Nelson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (715) 346-5401.

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ROCC Point

ROCC Point is a goal driven recovery center for people experiencing mental illness.  On site peers are available to share their experiences and recovery processes to help support recovery for participants. ROCC Point staff assist participants in setting and achieving goals and achieving goals and assisting participants to develop meaningful relationships and support systems. For additional information and their newsletter please visit www.milc-inc.org and click on mental health services. 

Mental Health Wellness Group

The Mental Health Wellness Group provides a diverse range of knowledge for those who seek encouragement, hope and support. The group meets the 4th Monday of every month at 2501 Main Street in the Oak Conference Room at 6:00 - 7:00 P.M.  It is free to attend and open to the public.

 Upcoming Schedule: 

 

January 22nd

Michelle Nelson

Positive New Year

February 26th

Amy Marcott

Communication Skills

March 26th

Kenneth Tessen

REBT

April 23rd

Trina Bierman

Fostering Positive Emotions

May 21st

Ron Matthew

Trauma

June 25th

Consumer Panel

 

July 23rd

 Mary Marks

Resiliency

August 27th

 Janine Zuiches

Disease of Addiction

September 24th

Dr. Vyas

Mental Health & Sleep

October 22nd

Tracy Springer

Challenging Negative Self-Talk

November 26th

Dr. Wattier

Why meditation alone isn't enough & Time with Dr.

December 17th

Sarah Foss

Changing Your Thinking to Feel Better

Mental Health Navigator Program - Linking residents to mental health services

The Mental Health Navigator Program attempts to reduce the barriers of accessing services with the goal of improving mental health functioning. For more information call (715) 343-7104 or visit their website at www.capservices.org/programs/human-development/mental-health-navigator/

Survivors of Suicide Support Group 

The Survivors of Suicide Support Group provides support for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. The group meets at St. Michael's Hospital on the 3rd Floor in the Chapel.  Group meets the First Monday of each month 6:30 P.M. to 8:00 P.M.  For additional information or questions contact Michelle Nelson at (715) 346-5401.

 

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