Building resilience within ourselves, our relationships, and in our community matters. In fact, when we find healthy ways to cope with toxic stress and trauma, we take a step closer to a healthier future for us all. That’s because they’re both a risk factor for—and a painful consequence of—some of Wisconsin’s most complex public health challenges, from mental health disorders and harmful substance use to child abuse and suicide. They’re all connected.
Resilient Wisconsin helps you understand the causes of toxic stress and trauma and how to manage the related harms to help you live your best life.
Take a closer look at resilience
Start by understanding resilience, then explore the influential elements of mental, physical, and behavioral health that help public health professionals and others understand and promote resilience in our communities and organizations, in our relationships, and within ourselves.
Practicing resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic is putting new and unforeseen pressures on all of us. Learn how to cope—and help others cope—with the grief, stress, and anxiety caused by the biggest health challenge of our time.
RESILIENT WISCONSIN RESOURCE LIBRARY: View all Resilient Wisconsin publications, videos, and webcasts