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National Women’s Health Week

Help us celebrate National Women’s Health Week!

Want to know what it means to be a “well woman”? According to the Office on Women’s Health it means: to be as healthy as you can be and taking steps to improve your health. These steps could include any of the following:

Receive regular checkups and screenings. […]

Sue Ann Says: Community Health Grants

Sue Ann Says: Non-Profits Use WWHF Grants to Support Women’s Health

The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation (WWHF) is committed to providing crucial health education to women throughout the state of Wisconsin. Knowing that WWHF can’t do the work alone, WWHF provides the Lisa A. Cudahy Community Health Grants to outstanding non-profit organizations to allow them […]

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

It’s November. And that mean’s it’s National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation is familiar with the topic and so are some of their Annual Dialogue attendees.

We want to extend a big thank you to all of the community leaders who joined us on October 10th (Madison) and October 11 […]

Happy Friday!

October: Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic violence is a serious crime and health issue that we don’t often talk about. The secrecy that surrounds domestic violence is one of the reasons why is still persists. To help change that, every October we celebrate Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It is an opportunity, as individuals, families, and communities, to reflect on the […]

The Gathering – Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 12th Annual Gathering held last week at Ministry Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield. Despite the dense fog advisory covering most of the state, several attendees made the trip from as far away as Green Bay, Madison, Menomonie, Milwaukee, Sparta and St. Germain.

Christine Maghrak, Advance Practice Consultation […]

Mental Illness Awareness Week – Oct. 6 – 12

50 million.

That’s how many Americans experience a mental disorder any given year.

With that kind of prevalence, why would most individuals rather tell their employers about a petty crime than about a history including a psychiatric hospital?

There are many people in the workforce that deal with psychiatric illnesses and poor mental […]

Register Today!

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to register for WWHF’s 7th Annual Dialogue – Women & Aging: The Impact of Dementia!

On October 10th & 11th WWHF is holding a moderated panel discussion of state and national leaders in prevention and treatment. Join us to learn about innovative solutions and strategies that can improve healthcare […]

Mental Health Reads

Taking care of your mental health is just as important as ensuring your physical health; together, along with emotional health, these categories make up your overall health, and ultimately your happiness. The state of your mental health can influence the ways in which you look at yourself, your life and others around you.

Find a […]

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It’s Time to Take a Mental Retreat

Do you feel like you just need a break once in a while? Did you know you can go on a short retreat without even leaving town, your home, or getting up from your desk? By using your imagination you can take yourself anywhere you want to go—and […]