Photo: 2019 NAMIWalks Event
Please join us for our 12th year of “virtual” walking to bring attention to those fighting the invisible illness… mental illness. Trevor’s Team is ready to continue the fight against stigma.
Since the safety of all walkers is most important, this year’s walk will be a “virtual” event. The walk will be held at the end of Mental Illness Awareness Week along with most of the other walks scheduled this fall.more » Read More
Green County has many supports and services for those seeking help. Let the Navigation Services professionals help you find your way and overcome barriers.
Call or email for an appointment or stop by and leave a note.
Green County Public Health & Human Services Building
Pleasant View Complex
N3152 State Road 81
Monroe, WI 53566
For help now,more » Read More
Suicide rates rose 25% in the U.S. from 1999 to 2016. In 2018, nearly 50,000 people died by suicide, around 11 million seriously thought about it, about 3 million made a plan and over 1 million attempted suicide.
These numbers represent immeasurable tragic losses to human life, friends, family and society.
There is an urgent need to address the causes. Most suicide prevention programs focus on the now — the risk factors,more » Read More
Suicide isn’t an easy topic to think about, let alone discuss — especially with someone you suspect is suicidal. But it is incredibly important that we do talk about it and get our loved ones the help they need to prevent them from reaching a point of crisis.
Here’s a little bit about what you can do to help them.
Offer Steadfast Support
If your friend is experiencing suicidal ideation,