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Category Archives: Samaritan in the News


Samaritan and NAMI Fox Valley Address Catholic Leaders

Samaritan therapist Doug Bisbee and NAMI Fox Valley community engagement director Ann Jadin teamed up to present “Creating Hope: The Power of Faith Communities in Mental Health Recovery” during the Green Bay Diocese’s Leadership Convocation on Oct. 29. The workshop, featured in this article from the Nov. 6 edition of The Compass, was one of 14 […]


Faith Leaders Explore Model for Ministering to Mental Health

A group of Fox Cities faith leaders may have found the model they are looking for to help tackle mental health issues in the community, reported Katherine Lymn of the Post-Crescent in an article in Saturday’s edition. The Rev. Dale Kuhn of St. Louis spoke about the model at a luncheon for faith leaders hosted […]


C-Level Executive Panelists Announced

Executives Bergstrom, Pedersen, Updike to Speak at Oct. 6 Fox Valley Ethics in Business Summit Interactive #FoxValley #EthicsSummit aims to improve mental health Executives Tim Bergstrom of Bergstrom Automotive, Bob Pedersen of Goodwill of North Central Wisconsin and Vicki Updike of Silver Star Brands will discuss ethics as executive panelists at Samaritan Counseling Center of the […]


Are Faith Leaders Mental Health “First Responders”?

Mental health matters. It’s a basic need. That’s the message our community has been sending with its significant investment in mental health in recent years. In particular, the Basic Needs Giving Partnership Fund within the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, supported by the J. J. Keller Foundation, the U.S. Venture Fund for Basic Needs […]


Samaritan collaborates on grant projects

Front-Page News Samaritan Counseling Center is featured in this front-page article by Katherine Lymn of the Post-Crescent on the $3 million in grants given by the Basic Needs Giving Partnership in the Fox Valley, Oshkosh and Green Bay — many of which support mental health as a basic need. The Basic Needs Giving Partnership Fund within the Community […]