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Make It OK Ambassador Training

November 29, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Western Wisconsin Health Conference Room 1

Want to spread the word on ways to reduce mental health stigma?

Consider attending our free training to become a Make It OK ambassador. 

  • Training is FREE, but registration is required (see details below).
  • All are welcome. You don’t need to be a mental health expert to participate.
  • Attendees who decide to become a Make it OK Ambassador and present to community groups will be provided the necessary tools and resources.

Each year, 1 in 5 adults will experience a mental illness, and 60% do not seek treatment. The stigma surrounding mental illnesses is one of the barriers to people getting the help they need and deserve.

Make It OK is an initiative that focuses on reducing stigma by starting conversations about mental illness. Everyone has the ability to help to “Make It OK” to talk about mental illness and stop stigma. At this training, you’ll receive information and materials to become a Make It OK Ambassador and help promote the initiative to stop the stigma in our communities. It’s easy, rewarding and no experience is needed.

ALL are welcome to this FREE training, but we ask that you register. If you have questions or would like to register, please use the link below or contact Natasha Ward at 715-684-1285 or community.wellness@wwhealth.org.

Find out more about the “Make It OK” campaign at makeitok.org.

Western Wisconsin Health Conference Room 1

Who's Attending

8 people are attending Make It OK Ambassador Training

  • Heather Fjelstad
  • Emeigh Campbell
  • Kathryn Manninen
  • Yoshiko Shakal
  • Marla Butler
  • Megan Frye
  • Christina Fern Denzer
  • Aimee Reyzer


November 29, 2017
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Western Wisconsin Health Conference Room 1
1100 Bergslien Street
Baldwin, WI 54002 United States
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