February 7, 2022
THE PRODUCTION FARM JOINS FORCES WITH LOCAL PARTNERS TO FILL COMMUNITY NEED FOR HYGIENE AND PERSONAL CARE ITEMS IN MANITOWOC AND SHEBOYGAN COUNTIES
The Production Farm (TPF), a non-profit mental and behavioral health service agency that specializes in person-centered, creative programs offered through the lens of trauma-informed care, is working alongside several community partners in Manitowoc and Sheboygan Counties to collect and distribute hygiene and personal care items to neighbors in need. The effort is part of the annual Help for the Homeless Hygiene Drive presented by The Family Radio Network. The most urgently needed items include:
WITH PLANNED EXPANSION OF PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES UNDERWAY, THE PRODUCTION FARM WELCOMES NEW HIRES CORRIE CAMPBELL AND EMILY KUNDE
MANITOWOC, Wis. – The Production Farm (TPF), a non-profit mental and behavioral health service agency that specializes in person-centered, creative programs offered through the lens of trauma-informed care, today announced the addition of two new team members who will help support the organization’s growth and expansion: Corrie Campbell will serve as Development Director, and Emily Kunde, MS LPC, has been brought on as a Behavioral Health Case Manager. In addition to its flagship farm in Whitelaw, in rural Manitowoc County, TPF is actively working to expand its services and programming to counties throughout Northeastern Wisconsin as well as specifically into Sheboygan County.
The Production Farm becomes an affiliate member of WAFCA
The Production Farm is proud to become a member of WAFCA. Through this membership we will be able to provide our staff with relevant continuing education, advocacy, leadership development and more! Excited to bring another layer of support and resources to our community.
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