How do we show up and root for people in recovery? Addiction is lonely. By some, it’s seen as an “illness of choice.” Empathy for a loved one in recovery may be difficult to find. Yet, addiction isn’t so simple.
Foundations Health & Wholeness is on the front lines of the mental health needs in Brown County. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, children and adults are struggling with increased grief, isolation, anxiety, and substance abuse. “Our neighbors in
Foundations Health & Wholeness and Exceptional Equestrians are excited to announce a new partnership to support children and adults in equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP). This unique program has the ability to provide wholeness, connection, and peace for so many children and
Part III: Living Your Life with Intention Are you living this season the way that reflects what is important to you? Don Miguel Ruiz writes about this in his book, The Four Agreements. This simple, fast reading book outlines four
This is part two of a three part article by our Therapy Director, Julie Feld, that includes tools to help you navigate common stressors. Part II: Living Your Life with Commitment Part of the emergency procedures of an airline is
This is part one of a three part article by our Outpatient Therapy Director, Julie Feld, that includes tools to help you navigate common stressors. Do More Than Survive This Holiday Season “I’m surviving.” “I’m getting through,” these are comments
Foundations Health & Wholeness announces $25,000 grant award from the Otto Bremer Trust in St Paul, Minnesota to continue mental health therapy work in homeless shelters, Boys & Girls Clubs, and the Aging and Disability Resource Center in Green Bay.
Ken Sann, a mental health and certified alcohol and drug counselor at Foundations, recently was interviewed about Green Bay’s Celebrate Recovery event on September 4, 2019. The event was part of the 30th anniversary of National Recovery Month. Question: Tell