The Production Farm to Present at UWGB Mind the Mind Symposium, Highlighting Community Health's Impact on Youth Mental Health Programs
Sheboygan, WI - The Production Farm, a non-profit mental and behavioral health organization dedicated to promoting mental health awareness and trauma informed care, has been invited to present at the first annual Mind the Mind Symposium hosted by UW-Green Bay and Mental Health America Lakeshore partnership. The symposium, set to take place on Thursday, May 18, 2023, at the UWGB Sheboygan campus, aims to educate community and business influencers about the critical significance of mental health while shedding light on the evolving landscape of mental well-being. With a focus on youth mental health programs, The Production Farm will deliver a compelling talk on the crucial role that community health plays in the well-being of young individuals. As mental health continues to gain recognition as an essential aspect of overall wellness, understanding the influence of community environment on youth mental health programs becomes paramount.
The Presentation by The Production Farm will address the multifaceted ways in which community health can shape the experiences and outcomes of youth mental health programs. By emphasizing the importance of creating supportive and inclusive communities, the organization seeks to empower attendees with actionable insights to drive positive change. "We are honored to be part of the UWGB Mind the Mind Symposium," Said Wyatt Kuether, CEO of The Production Farm. "We are not put here alone, we don't go through this life alone, we are all in this together. Those who come next are our future, we have a small amount of time here to make a difference, to till the soil, and if we do this together the world can change. It can become what we all are wanting to leave behind. Mental Health can look like a jacket, like a meal, like a service, look like therapy. If everyone knows that, is working toward that, what an amazing place this can be. Together."
The Mind the Mind Symposium represents a collaborative effort between UW-Green Bay and Mental Health America Lakeshore partnership, who both share a common goal of enhancing mental health resources and education within our communities. The symposium promises to be a thought-provoking event, featuring a diverse lineup of speakers, workshops, and interactive sessions. The UWGB Mind the Mind Symposium is open to community members, mental health professionals, educators, and business leaders interested in gaining a deeper understanding of mental health and its impact on invidividuals, families, and communities. Registration for the symposium is now open and attendees are encourage to reserve their spots.
For more information about the UWGB Mind the Mind Symposium and to register for the event, please visit the official symposium website at https://www.uwgb.edu/mind-the-mind-symposium/.
About The Production Farm:
The Production Farm is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Behavioral and Mental Health Outpatient Clinic. Our services include: therapy and counseling, psychoeducation, and skill development. We envision a world where every individual has a safe place and basic needs. We provide mental and behavioral health services and layered supports to individuals and families of all ages. We integrate whole-body needs into our treatment programs with healthy food programs, community outreach, sensory experiences, and physical exercise. We also distribute essential daily living items to individuals within our local communities. Our work allows us together, to create space for individual growth and shared experience that inform, connect, engage, and inspire through trauma informed compassionate care.
"We are not put here alone, we don't go through this life alone, we are all in this together. Those who come next are our future, we have a small amount of time here to make a difference, to till the soil, and if we do this together the world can change. It can become what we all are wanting to leave behind. Mental Health can look like a jacket, like a meal, like a service, look like therapy. If everyone knows that, is working toward that, what an amazing place this can be. Together."
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