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HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital’s L.E. Phillips-Libertas Treatment Center is offering a free seminar on how peer-to-peer support can aid in the mental health recovery process. Current research suggests that finding peer support can help people better manage their emotions, avoid a crisis, and reduce crisis services, hospitalizations, and police contact. In finding a personalized recovery, people are able to live more stable and fulfilling lives. The session will be presented by Bob Schrader, director of Wellness Shack May 1 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at L.E. Phillips-Libertas Treatment Center (2301 County Hwy I). Registration is not required and certificates of…
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Chippewa Health Improvement Partnership (CHIP) is an award-winning collaborative endeavor that identifies community health needs, establishes priorities and creates strategies to improve the health and quality of life in Wisconsin's Chippewa County.

CHIP spearheads community health needs assessments, used to identify key areas of health care needs in Chippewa County. The report details what residents view as health needs. The top four identified needs becomes CHIPs main focus areas. Currently, those focus areas are: mental health, alcohol misuse, substance abuse, and obesity.

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Though health and wellness issues often begin at the individual level, we lead health awareness efforts aimed at the entire community.

Every three years, we assist with conducing the Chippewa County Community Health Assessment (CHA). The main goal of the CHA is to learn more about the health needs in the community. The CHA process gives the community the chance to decide the top health needs and get involved in working toward a healthier community.

View our Community Needs Assessment