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The Mindful Leader: Meditate Together

ON THE HOUR, 24 HOURS/DAY, 5 DAYS/WEEK


Free Online Group Meditation through The Mindful Leader, on the hour, 24 hours/day, 5 days/week. Supported by 100+ volunteers worldwide.

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WIRCO Mindfulness Meditation

TUESDAYS 10-11AM


Join MHA Mindfulness Instructors for a free guided mindfulness meditation specifically for those in recovery.

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Grieving Hearts Support Group

EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY 6:30PM


Grief is a response to loss and reflects what we love. It can feel all-encompassing and overwhelming. This support group intends to provide a space for individuals to share their grief in a safe space.

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Compassionate Parents Grief Support Group

2ND MONDAY OF MONTH 6:30PM


The Compassionate Parents is a peer-led support group offering comfort, information and support to parents and families who have lost a child.

Meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm.

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Suicide Loss Support Group

LAST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH 6:30 PM


The Suicide Loss Support Group is a peer-led, facilitated support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. Join to share, listen, or simply be among others who understand your feelings and have shared a common tragedy. There are no judgments. FREE

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Regional Policy Call: Injustice and Inequity: the Path Toward Innovation and Inclusion

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1ST AT 10 AM CST


Participants will learn about programs and practices across the country that may inform more equitable and innovative health, justice, and education policymaking.

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There is Hope 2021: 16th Annual Walk for Suicide Awareness & Prevention

Saturday, September 11, 2021


Join us for our 16th annual walk for suicide prevention and awareness.

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Grief, Loss, and New Traditions During the Holidays

December 10th at 7:00 PM


Feelings of grief and loss can be particularly strong around the holidays. The drastic changes to our routine, traditions, and way of life we’ve experienced due to COVID-19 adds in another layer to grief and loss. In this interactive, virtual presentation, you’ll learn about common reactions to grief and loss, how to identify and draw upon your sources of strength to better cope, resources to support you and those you care about, and ways to create new and meaningful traditions. This program will be facilitated by UW Madison Division of Extension Educators Selena Freimark & Debbie Moellendorf.

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