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Appleton celebrates 5th anniversary, Hinsdale decorates for fall

09/28/20 11:56:am
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Submit fun photos from your clinic, events, and other activities that your team participates in to Isaac.Federspiel@rogersbh.org. In all submitted photos, please practice social distancing and masking requirements per our Stay Safe guidelines.

Appleton

Congratulations to our Appleton team, who celebrated their 5th anniversary! Signa Meyers, LPC, ICS, Regional Executive Director of Operations, shared her thanks to the team for the hard work they’ve shown over the years.

“The Appleton clinic is continuing to grow by leaps and bounds, showing that there is absolutely a need for us in the Fox Cities,” Signa says. “We are so much stronger than we were even a few years ago, and we have really established ourselves as a resource for high-quality mental health and addiction care within our community. Thank you for your dedication to our mission.”

Hinsdale

The Hinsdale team showed they are ready for fall weather with the festive decor in their lobby. Each season, clinical assistant Toni Smith decorates the lobby for patients and staff to enjoy.

“Our clinic assistant, Toni Smith, always goes above and beyond to bring happiness and positivity to the clinic,” says Annie Jaworska, regional outreach lead. “She builds strong relationships with the patients and helps ease any discomfort they may have by creating a fun and inviting atmosphere.”

Earlier this month, two former patients also sent pizza and subs to the Hinsdale clinic to thank their care teams. Pictured above is Allison Bachraty, LCPC, and Beth Fannin, LSW.

Madison

Madison team members donned green bandanas on September 10 to recognize World Suicide Prevention Day.

The Green Bandana Project is an initiative from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in which students wear a green banana to spread awareness of mental health, and show that they’re a safe person to talk to about suicide. Students also carry resource cards to distribute for those in crisis. Our Madison clinic, and other members of Madison’s Zero Suicide Collaboration, went green with UW-Madison.

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