By Eric Fischer
An Algoma group is offering programs and activities in May for Mental Health month to promote wellbeing and end stigmas. The Live Algoma Well-being Workgroup and UW-Extension Educators of Kewaunee County are partnering together to encourage coming together as a community and healthy lifestyle choices. Jody Anderson, the Community Nurse Activator for Live Algoma, says active lifestyles can create positive social interaction which is important for mental health.
While Anderson has a passion for mental health, she adds that she is thankful so many organizations wanted to partner for this cause. Anderson and Live Algoma challenge everyone to do one thing a day to improve their mental and physical health.