In February, we discussed the TLC4 Model, which explains how WISE reaches various populations and produces tangible change throughout Wisconsin. Click here to reread that article. In that post, we also said that the best way to reduce stigma is to share our own mental health challenges and story of recovery with others. However, […]
In December, we discussed several stigma change processes, including protest, education, and contact. Of these, contact with those with lived mental health experience is the most effective. Hearing about the mental health challenges and the recovery efforts of others is the best way to decrease stigma and offer realistic hope to those facing similar challenges. […]
Learn about what stigma is and where it comes from, as well as whether stigmatization is decreasing and at what rate.
Explore the 7 Promises of the Safe Person Decal, created with WISE in order to provide more spaces for those in need of an open ear and support.
Compare the pros and cons of the current Affordable Care Act and how proposed changes by Republican leaders may or may not benefit you.
Examine how we give and receive motivation and the difference between the “do well if they want to” and “do well if they can” mentalities.
Learn about WISE, including who, what, when, where and why WISE is so important, and how you can get more involved in WISE’s work.