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Join us at "Spark In the Park" on October 22

Spark in the park

Since the pandemic, mental health has been receiving national attention. Even with this growing focus, when you or a loved has a mental health struggle, it can still be challenging to talk about it openly.

Whether it is stress, anxiety or something else, mental health impacts many of our lives. Even when we acknowledge that mental health is a concern, it can be hard to know when and where to reach out to for help. However, even in our rural communities, resources are available to support positive mental health, self-care, and resiliency.

On Saturday, October 22 from 1-4 pm at Riverside Park in Mauston, spark a change in the mental health conversation at “Spark In The Park.” This FREE community event will bring together community members, area business and organizations to spark a local connection and conversation surrounding mental health.

In addition to free refreshments and music by local duo “Raising Red,” this event will provide an approachable atmosphere for everyone to connect with area mental health resources and providers, find new self-care opportunities, and participate in interactive activities.

If you’re looking to spark a change in your mental health or to connect with area local mental health resources, attend “Spark in the Park” on Saturday, October 22! Whether you are on a journey to change your mental health or just want to learn more, everyone is invited to join us at Riverside Park, located on Mansion Street in Mauston.

“Spark In The Park” is brought to you by Mile Bluff Medical Center Foundation, Juneau County Health Department, Juneau County Department of Human Services, and the ADRC of Eagle Country. For more information about this event, please call Katie at 608-847-2735.