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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.


Security Health Plan and Marshfield Clinic Health System support initiative to stock classrooms with school shooting trauma kits

There were more school shootings in 2018 than any other year since 1970, with 97 in the United States.


Security Health Plan supports local organization aimed at eliminating hunger in children

According to the University of Wisconsin, more than 1 in 10 Wisconsin households are food insecure.


In preparation for the new school year educational professionals attended b.e.s.t Summer Institute training

School is back in session and more than 100 Wisconsin educators now have the latest training to identify behavioral, emotional and social traits (b.e.s.t.) and risk factors in school-aged children.


Security Health Plan enriches lives for local foster children

There are nearly 8,000 Wisconsin children in foster care. In some cases, these children carry their few possessions in a plastic garbage bag. But one local organization is changing the lives for many foster children—providing clothing, basic care items and most importantly, enriching their lives.


Security Health Plan invests in Central Wisconsin nonprofit that aims to comfort children

Imagine a child, removed from their home - a home where illegal drug activity has robbed them of the innocence of childhood - and placed in a more stable environment with a foster family better able to provide them care.


Postvention training prepares public officials for suicide response

“I will never be able to explain what it feels like to hold your child the day they come into this world; and to hold them the day they leave,” Debra Judnick said to a room full of training participants at the Chippewa County Department of Public Health’s Postvention: Train the Trainer on Aug. 5.


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