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9/11 Twenty Years Later: How it Still Affects Our Mental Health

9/11 Twenty Years Later: How it Still Affects Our Mental Health

Every September we as a nation commemorate the massive loss of American lives on September 11th, 2001. We come together to honor and respect the lives lost in the attacks as well as the lives of the extremely brave first responders that were lost in attempts to save...

Here’s why planning a trip can help your mental health

Here’s why planning a trip can help your mental health

With the pandemic far from over, now may not be the right time for leisure travel. But that doesn’t mean trip planning is canceled too. There’s some good news for globe-trotters: According to researchers, looking ahead to your next adventure could benefit your mental...

August Blog: Going Back to School After a Long Hot Summer

August Blog: Going Back to School After a Long Hot Summer

“Going back to school after a long hot summer can be just as exciting as it is stressful for both children and adults alike. Every August, children, teens, and young adults put down their pool noodles and pick up their backpacks as they prepare to start the school...

Mental Health Boost After Bucks Win, Fans say Wisconsin United

Mental Health Boost After Bucks Win, Fans say Wisconsin United

MILWAUKEE — Tens of thousands of fans followed along for the Bucks NBA Championship run. Whether it was at watch parties, bars, living rooms, or at the victory parade Thursday. "This is important for not just the city of Milwaukee, but the city of Racine, Kenosha, the...

May Blog: Happy Mental Health Awareness Month!

May is Mental Health Awareness month! We can all admit that 2020, and now 2021, has been incredibly difficult and unprecedented. We all are certainly not alone in the struggles the pandemic has caused. Taking care of one's mental health while in quarantine was...

October Blog

Every October, we all come together to raise awareness for one of the most prolific types of cancer affecting women, and men, today: breast cancer. 250,000 cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in women, and about 2,300 in men, every year in the United States. It is...

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