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Security Health Plan supports local organization providing safe, healthy place for those who need a helping hand

Security Health Plan is pleased to support the Bridge Street Mission in Wausau.


Horses help those with special needs heal and thrive

“One of our students came to us and had difficulty walking. After she worked with our horses, her mobility improved. Years later, we watched her walk across the stage at her high school graduation,”


Marshfield Clinic Health System creates COVID-19 Community Support Fund

In response to the challenges presented by the coronavirus, Marshfield Clinic Health System and Security Health Plan have established the Marshfield Clinic Health System/Security Health Plan COVID-19 Community Support Fund.


Improving communities through kindness

Imagine a place where 1,200 children and adults with disabilities can experience camping and the outdoors free of charge each summer.


Security Health Plan’s investment in communities reaches 25,705 people in 2019

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin released the annual review of community investments for 2019-2020: Taking Care: A Community Investment.


Security Health Plan invests in Spencer non-profit that provides beds for children without

“All Children deserve a safe, comfortable place to lay their heads,” Marshfield Clinic Health System registered respiratory therapist Joleen Schade said.


Security Health Plan invests in the Spencer Area Fire Department

“The Spencer Fire Department offers a variety of life-saving services to the Spencer area,” Marshfield Clinic Health System physician assistant Mary Saeger said.


Security Health Plan invests in Marathon County women’s organization

As you walk into the main lobby of The Women’s Community (TWC) in Wausau, just beyond the reception desk you’ll see a wall full of names.


Security Health Plan supports local organization working to eliminate homelessness

Nearly 5,000 individuals in Wisconsin were homeless in 2018 according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development.


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