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Lois Pulvermacher, LCSW

Lois Pulvermacher, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Christian Counselor

840 Challenger Dr. Ste 130, Green Bay, WI 54311, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311 | 920-712-4526

Struggling through a difficult time. Never been to a counselor before. Want to think out loud and not be judged. Learn tools to cope and understand a situation that is out of control. Lois will provide you with a safe, compassionate place to address your concerns.

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Therapy Green Bay, WI

Allouez, Howard, Hobart, Haever's Corners, Bay Settlement, Anston, Kunesh, Pittsfield

Your family is going to love Green Bay, Wisconsin. Take a step back into Wisconsin history at the Heritage Hill State Park. Fathers will get a kick out of showing the kids what life was like back in the olden times. And even the youngsters will find rides to enjoy at Bay Beach Amusement Park. Moms and Dads can bring the children, or take some romantic time for themselves strolling through the Green Bay Botanical Garden. And the whole gang can enjoy the New Zoo for one low family price.1 Everyone can cool off at the public swimming pool on Holmgren Way. And you can enjoy everything from bumper boats and mini golf to paint ball at Fort Fun Amusements. And the National Railroad Museum will bring out the kid in everyone. Don't forget to ride the train while you're there.

Mental Health in Green Bay

From 1999 to 2008, the suicide rate in Wisconsin steadily rose and today the state has among the highest rates of suicide in the United States.2 Many local non-profit and government agencies have come together in order to provide the resources necessary to combat this issue. The Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention offers community training seminars to inform the public about the signs of suicide and prevention techniques. Additionally, the organization works to reduce the stigma related to mental illness and improve access to essential mental health care services. Contact the coalition at 920-436-4360, extension 1252 for additional details.3

As Green Bay becomes increasingly diverse, the need to educate individuals about multiculturalism is becoming increasingly important. The Multicultural Center of Greater Green Bay provides information regarding local ethnic populations and resources for promoting common ground and understanding. Additionally, the center strives to foster an appreciation of differences and celebrate the distinctive elements each group offers to society. By improving understanding of diversity, the community can become better unified and value each group's unique contributions. Further information about the Multicultural Center is available by calling 920-438-1660.4

Current Initiatives

The United Way Fox Cities has undertaken several initiatives to improve the functioning of Green Bay residents. The Connector Initiative provides late-shift workers without personal means of travel with transportation services so they can arrive and leave work in a timely manner. Families who have infants and are struggling financially may receive free diapers from the Diaper Bank, which has locations throughout the city. A third initiative, United Way's PATH, seeks to improve mental health services for students in ten school districts in the Green Bay area by providing on-site therapeutic programs. Call the United Way at 920-954-7210 to obtain additional information.5


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017). Green Bay, WI. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Bay,_Wisconsin
2. Wisconsin Watch. (2016). Wisconsin Suicide Toll. Retrieved from http://www.wisconsinwatch.org/2010/02/21/wisconsin-suicide-toll-rises-exceeds-rates-of-neighboring-states/
3. Family Services. (2017). Brown County Coalition for Suicide Prevention. Retrieved from https://www.familyservicesnew.org/crisis-center/bccsp/
4. Multicultural Center of Greater Green Bay. (2017). Mission. Retrieved from http://multiculturalcentergb.wordpress.com/about/
5. United Way Fox Cities. (2017). Initiatives. Retrieved from http://www.unitedwayfoxcities.org/community-dev/initiatives

Green Bay is located in Brown County, Wisconsin. It has a land area of 45.43 square miles and a water area of 10.44 square miles.  The population of Green Bay is 105,207 people with 42,308 households and a median annual income of $42,826. .


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Mental health treatment and therapy in Green Bay is sometimes a struggle to afford for families and individuals without proper insurance coverage. Finances for many in Green Bay are not able to cover long term weekly counseling sessions without a budgetary plan in place. The good news is that therapists are often willing to work with you if accessibility is an issue. Low cost therapy and sliding scales are just some of the options that therapists can offer. Insurance may cover your sessions as well. Talk to your counselor to learn more. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Green Bay public health department.