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Security Health Plan supports mental health initiatives for local youth

“Our hope is that we talk about mental health when someone is feeling overwhelmed or alone."

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Security Health Plan invests in Granton Area First Responders to ease burden on responders

“The hardest part of CPR is doing the chest compressions – it can really drain you, no matter how good of shape you’re in,” Granton Area First Responders President Pat Wolf said.

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Neillsville family turns tragic loss into opportunity to support others

It’s hard to imagine the grief parents face when they lose an infant or child.

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Security Health Plan supports local volunteer equine group to help first responders in times of crisis

Time is everything when locating a lost child, elderly person, disabled person, or even a hunter who may have been turned around in the woods.

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Support of the creative arts brings joy to Eau Claire community

How does a local community performing arts non-profit organization make it through a pandemic?

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Help in a crisis – center for women receives donation to help fight cycles of poverty, homelessness, abuse and addiction

Having a place to turn in a time of crisis can mean the difference between survival and the unthinkable.

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Security Health Plan supports local organization providing children with a place to sleep

According to the non-profit organization Sleep in Heavenly Peace, about 2-3 percent of American children do not have a bed to sleep in.

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Security Health Plan invests in Owen-Withee School District

“We know students that are more active do better in school, and feel better about themselves,” Owen-Withee High School principal Matt Cihlar said. “Coming off the recent pandemic, the more students we can connect to the building the likelihood of their success in school goes up.”

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Teaching adults to read and changing their worlds – one person at a time

Have you ever thought about how hard it would be to live your everyday life if you didn’t know how to read, write or speak English?

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