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GrapeVine Project Sessions

Yesterday we held a GrapeVine Project training session in Wausau, Wisconsin. The training sessions provide nurses with the training and materials they need in order to hold their own GrapeVine Project session.

What is the Grapevine Project?

The GrapeVine Project is a free health education program for women presented by Faith Community/Parish Nurses (FCNs) right in your own community. The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation partners with FCNs throughout the state and provides educational information about various health topics. The nurses are then able to share the information with women in their communities by holding free one-hour educational sessions.

Women who attend GrapeVine Project sessions will:

  1. Increase their knowledge of specific health topics and issues
  2. Learn about risk factors, symptoms, prevention, and early interventionLearn about lifestyle changes to improve their overall health and well-being
  3. Increase their awareness and improve access to local health resources and services
  4. Receive helpful and health-conscious gifts at the end of each session

“The GrapeVine Project is an excellent program that provides wonderful resources and support of women’s issues. The training is easy to participate in and well worth the time to attend… It can be very powerful helping people who need assistance and don’t know how to ask for help.” –Mary, RN

To schedule a session, email Nora Miller, Program Coordinator, or call (800) 448-5148, ext. 103.

 

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