Workplace Ambassadors Overview
Whether you are an employee, an administrator, or an owner at your workplace, you can make a difference in improving mental health and wellness for all in your job. So much of our time is spent at work and good mental health is crucial for employee morale, productivity, career longevity, and overall fulfillment. Learn how you can become a mental health champion at work!
Mental wellness is the foundation of our healthy, resilient community. Together, with mental health champions, peers, and workplaces, all individuals thrive in a compassionate, trauma-informed environment. Community members such as yourself are instrumental in helping us bring this vision to life in Sheboygan County. Use your specific skills, passions, and talents to reach out to others in support.
Our youth ambassadors play a very important role in supporting each other and their mental health. Our young students and teens have unique mental health struggles that can be helped by their peers. You can help save or improve life by becoming an MHA Youth Ambassador today! Contact Education Coordinator, Keegan Rhynas, at 920-458-3951 ext. 1004 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
May, 18th 2023; 8:30-3:30 (CST)
The focus of the conference will be the intersection of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and mental health with three session tracks: youth, business/workplace and health and human services professionals. We are looking for great speakers like you or someone you know to present.
Thursday, May 25th 6-7:30 PM
Do you know what EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), or “tapping,” is? Are you interested in knowing more and equipping yourself with a technique to manage stress? If so, please join Sheri Severson, LPC, NCC for an informational night on how to use and apply tapping for stress management. This event is for women to gather and learn techniques. Space is limited. Register
1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 6:00-7:30pm
Join to share, listen, ask questions, or simply be with other women who understand your feelings. Intended to provide a safe environment to share grief without judgment.
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