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Farmer Wellness Program

Launched in 2020, the Wisconsin Farmer Wellness Program aims to address the barriers (affordability, accessibility, acceptability, awareness) that prevent farmers from obtaining mental health assistance. Through this program farmers can learn about available resources and services designed to reduce the negative impacts of farm related stressors.

Eligibility

Wisconsin farmers or farm family members.

Top Benefits

  • Access to stress counselors anytime, anywhere, thru a 24/7 Farmer Wellness Helpline
  • Access to telecounseling sessions that can be attended from the comfort of one's home
  • Access to subsidized in-person counseling sessions through a counseling voucher program
  • A monthly online support group to build camaraderie with peers
  • The Rural Realities Podcast for tips on acheiving both financial and mental wellbeing

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