Emotional Wellness

Through a community Conversation held in March 2018, the need for greater attention to emotional wellbeing for the community was highlighted.  A dedicated group of volunteers and professionals are working together to promote emotional wellbeing through a range of activities

Suicide Prevention

Every 17 minutes, at least six Americans lose a loved one to suicide. Most did not have the chance to learn the warning signs.  And 60% of those individuals who died by suicide showed the warning signs to family and friends.

You can make a difference. You have the chance to help save a life through attending a QPR training. Certified trainers are available to provide the QPR training to groups in the community. For training in the Algoma area, contact: Joan Groessl, QPR Training Coordinator; JoanGroessl@gmail.com

Reducing Mental Health Stigma

Activities address a range of mental health concerns. See connections page for upcoming events.

Civility Project

The Civility Project challenges everyone to use listening, inclusivity and sincerity to better our lives and build a strong community together.  Small changes to how we treat others can have a great impact in fostering shared wellbeing.