Below is a list of services and trainings that Wellness in the Woods offers along with a short description. For more information, simply click on "More Details."
Our staff provide knowledgeable and customized trainings and services that are appropriate for many types of audience. Professionals looking for continued education, family members, schools, work places, or a mix of different groups can all find value in these services. Often times, these services can even be provided for free of charge because of grants and other funding!
The Virtual Peer Support Network, or VPSN was designed with the intent to decrease isolation in an all-inclusive, non-judgmental, and safe environment.
The VPSN community is hosted by a team of Certified Peer Support Specialists who are able to use their own life experiences to help others who share similar mental health challenges.
WRAP stands for "Wellness Recovery Action Plan".
This evidence-based practive teaches you how to identify when you are healthy and well and also what actions need to be taken if you are not well to get you back on track with the least amount of stress and trauma.
This very adaptable training can also be modified to use with teams, family members, and youth.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer.
These are 3 simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.
This short and informative evidence-based training teaches people warning signs of suicide, how to question them if they have any suicidal intentions, persuade them to seek help, and how to refer them to someone who can give them appropriate care.
Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach the basic first aid skills needed to help a person who is experiencing a mental health problem or crisis.
This 8-hour course is aimed at improving mental health literacy. Understanding and recognizing the signs that someone needs help is the first step in getting that person appropriate care and treatment.
Peer Support Connections
Wellness in the Woods is proud to offer
Peer to Peer Telephone Support, a safe and supportive place for people to call and speak with peers who are there to listen and support adults experiencing emotional distress.
This service is provided everyday from
5:00pm to 9:00am, a time that studies show is when a person in emotional distress most needs support but is least likely to be able to find it.