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Security invests in children's museum

Along Medford’s downtown streets are historic buildings and quaint storefronts, but your eyes are quickly drawn to a brightly-colored building, beckoning children to come and explore.


Helping to inspire next generation of health care workers

As the medical field experiences an acute health care worker shortage, the health science occupations class at North High School in Eau Claire plays an important role in cultivating interest in the profession.


Security improves lives of children in foster care

Children entering foster care have many needs. They often have nothing but the clothing on their backs having left behind their favorite stuffed animals, pets and loved ones.


Security Health Plan investments in communities reach more than 66,500 people in 2021

Security Health Plan of Wisconsin has released its most recent report of community investments for 2021-2022: Taking Care: A Community Investment.


Behavioral health grants awarded to 53 Wisconsin school districts

Marshfield Clinic Health System and Security Health Plan have announced b.e.s.t. grant recipients for the 2022-23 school year.


Supporting community wellness through park revitalization

“We are committed to improving the park so people of all ages and abilities can enjoy outdoor activities year-round,” said Sarah Theander of Friends of Clausen Park.


Security invests in  efforts to teach English to refugees

Learn how Security Health Plan helped Portage County Literacy Council’s efforts teach English to refugees


Supporting mental health initiatives for local youth

Mental health concerns have been on the rise since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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