TPF Founders Offer Insights at Wisconsin State hearing on the State of Mental and Behavioral Health Therapy Programs
In March of 2023, the members of the State of WI Assembly Committee on Mental Health and Substance Abuse heard from TPF COO Kayla Hohmann and TPF founder and CEO Wyatt Kuether about the state of mental health care delivery and how it can be improved in the state for the benefit of all citizens.
Part of the mission of TPF is to ensure the communities whose families we serve have the bandwith, resources and abilities to handle myriad mental health needs of its youth and adult populations and at risk groups.
TPF has been a catalyst for a new paradigm in mental health care through community partnerships. We reach out to area corporations, government and not for profit agencies to work together with us for the benefit of the communities. We thank Rep. Tittl for recognizing The Production Farm’s efforts to improve the system and government’s role helping us serve the needs overall so we can, in turn, serve as many people as possible.
TPF has been a co partner with NAMI of Manitowoc, Suicide Prevention of Manitowoc and AODA support agencies to ensure mental health services are accessible to all and there is mental health equity for all. The Production Farm has created a non-traditional approach to mental health care through our non-profit model. At the invitation of Rep. Paul Tittle, who represents Manitowoc, Hohmann and Kuether offered insights on how our pioneering model for trauma informed care can be adapted and provided suggestions on improvements at the state level that would help mental and behavioral health agencies.
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