• Kids, COVID and Summer Jul 21, 2020

    Summer vacation usually means more freedom for kids, extra time with friends and family vacations. Keeping kids safe - and occupied - can be a challenge if you're not focused on the right things.  

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  • Five Foods to Help Your Mood Jul 15, 2020

    Eating right is good for a variety of reasons. Simply paying attention to the foods in your diet can increase motivation for taking better of yourself. However, a handful of foods have proven to benefit mental health. 

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  • Coexisting with COVID This Summer Jun 26, 2020

    While the season is changing, it doesn’t look like much will be changing soon about how we need to approach living with the coronavirus. Without a seismic shift in the way scientists understand, and combat, this virus, it appears we’ll be moving from “new normal” to just “normal.” 

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  • Managing Anxiety About Returning to Work Post-Covid Jun 10, 2020

    As the coronavirus situation evolves and states begin to lift their stay-at-home orders, many people are returning to work for the first time in a few months. The transition from working remotely - or starting back up -  to being in an office or retail setting can be stressful. 

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  • Mental Health Warning Signs During Social Distancing May 13, 2020

    Changes in your mental health can be subtle. Social distancing means there are fewer people to recognize and alert us to behavior changes. Here's how you can be on the watch for changes in your mental health and what to do to safeguard your mental health. 

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  • Children's Mental Health Matters May 07, 2020

    Knowledge is power. In recognition of Children's Mental Health Awareness Day, we're empowering children and parents to better understand what impacts mental health and the signs a child may be struggling. 

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  • Helping Teens Cope with Social Isolation May 04, 2020

    While adults are worried about the economy and protecting their families from a global pandemic, teens are facing their own stress - much of it stemming from the effects of social distancing. Helping your teen manage this often comes down to utilizing your parenting know-how in different ways.

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  • Coping with Being Alone Together Apr 22, 2020

    We’re all being “alone together” these days as we work to flatten the curve by staying home. Here's some ways to stay in a good place when there’s so much physical space.

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  • Discussing Mental Health Needs During COVID-19 with WBAY Apr 21, 2020

    Willow Creek CEO Alison Denil was recently interviewed by WBAY Ch. 2 and provided tips to maintain your mental health in the midst of COVID-19.

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  • NAMI Brown County Walk Sep 23, 2017

    Willow Creek Behavioral Health employees and some of their family members gather to walk  this weekend in the NAMI Brown County Walk to health raise funds and crease awareness in the fight against mental illness.   Way to go Team WCBH!

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  • Be The Light Walk Sep 16, 2017

    WCBH participates in the Be The Light Walk in support of the Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention. Great community turnout and support…over 1,200!

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  • Open to Patients – Thanks Green Bay Jan 18, 2017

    The new Willow Creek Behavioral Heath is now open!

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  • Chief Smith Gives His Approval Jan 12, 2017

    Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith joined Brittany Falkers and Nate Stewart on Local 5 This Morning to talk more about a new mental health facility...

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  • Green Bay police shows support for new mental health facility Jan 12, 2017