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Health & Mental Health

Resilient Wisconsin

Building resilience—the ability to adapt and recover from adversity—within ourselves, our relationships, and in our communities matters. When we find healthy ways to cope with trauma and toxic stress, especially during the tough times, we take a step closer to becoming more resilient.

Top Benefits

  • Strategies for practicing self-care, maintaining social connections, and reducing stress and anxiety
  • Helplines, hotlines, and virtual support meetings
  • App suggestions for mindfulness and wellbeing

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