• Bullying

    Safe Schools &
    Violence Prevention

    Improve school and community safety
    through system-wide prevention and intervention.

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  • Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drug Abuse

    Alcohol, Tobacco &
    Other Drug Abuse

    Resources, support and preventative measures
    for parents regarding suspected or confirmed
    alcohol, tobacco or other drug abuse.

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  • SchoolAgeSocialEmotional

    School-Age Social and
    Emotional Support

    Increase availability of quality school and community-based
    social, emotional and behavioral support.

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    Early Childhood Social
    and Emotional Learning

    Meet the social emotional needs of young children within
    the context of family, culture, education and community.

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    Adult / Senior Services

    Provide information about topics ranging
    from aging to wellness.

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YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID (YMHFA) TRAINING

In an effort to reach our Destination of Zero Suicides in Fond du Lac County, register to attend one of the Youth Mental Health First Aid trainings listed below.  This is a FREE training that teaches individuals how to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth ages 12-18. 
 
August 30th, 2018
Registration: 7:15am
Time: 7:30-3:30pm
Location: STEM Institute/STEM Academy (401 S Military Rd)
**Registration is required: https://goo.gl/forms/KGC592QUUxjNxw4b2
 

Safe Zone Training

Creating safe and supportive environments for LGBTQ+ individuals

This FREE four hour dynamic and interactive training will give participants the skills they need to provide support and create environments that are safe and inclusive so that all people are empowered to reach their full potential.

Learning Objectives:

- Grow a greater understanding of personal ideas, stereotypes, biases, and understanding of the LGBTQ+ populations

- Increase personal comfort levels in addressing issues and discussing topics related to the LGBTQ+ lifestyle

- Expand language and understanding of vocabulary related to the LGBTQ+ community

- Learn more about the local and national resources available for LGBTQ+ individuals, allies, as well as individuals working with the LGBTQ+ community

Training Date: September 14th, 2018 

Time: 11:30-3:30pm 

(Registration & Light Lunch begin at 11:00)

Location: Fond du Lac School District Administration Building 

                     (72 W. 9th Street, Fond du Lac, WI  54935)

Who should attend?

Mental health providers (counselors, therapists), social workers, psychologists, school student services staff, etc.

**Registration is required: https://goo.gl/forms/VCHQIthZOFwvZ6iI3 

CEUs will be offered 

Questions: Email bruinsl@fonddulac.k12.wi.us

 

Comprehensive Service Integration (CSI) of Fond du Lac County, Inc.

Comprehensive Service Integration (CSI) is a community coalition of over 25 community stakeholders who recognize the need for the social, emotional and behavioral well-being of all of our residents.

In partnership with the community we address violence prevention, access to mental health services, parent engagement, drug and alcohol abuse and early childhood social and emotional development.

One in five children and adults experience a mental illness and less than half of those individuals receive treatment. You may know someone that struggles.

Through the efforts of CSI, our community can grow into a healthy place for all of us and allow our children to become productive members of the community and workforce.

Our Strategies

  • Decrease the stigma of mental illness through education

  • Expand wellness initiatives and participation

  • Expand crisis intervention and community trauma response services

  • Decrease wait times for first mental health appointments

  • Increase effective recruitment and retention of mental health providers

Need Help Now?

If you or someone else is:

  • Harming themselves or someone else

  • Communicating they may harm themselves or someone else

  • Saying or doing something that leads you to believe they are “not in touch with reality”

  • Under the influence of alcohol or other drugs and you are concerned about their safety

Call 911 – Your local law enforcement will come and provide assistance.

 

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