Moving Prevention Upstream, P-02695
This brochure is about one community’s broken bridge that can help people understand the impact and importance of upstream prevention efforts.
These coloring sheets are for people of all ages. Share a photo of your completed coloring sheet(s) on your social media accounts using #ResilientWisconsin!
Live Your Best Life (PDF)
- Healing Comes From Relationships, P-01229 (PDF)
This one page fact sheet lists the nine practices of trauma-informed care.
- In This Together: Understanding the Effects of Collective Trauma (PDF)
This one page fact sheet defines collective trauma, why it is harmful, and coping strategies.
- Hope in Action: An Environmental Scan of Trauma-Informed Efforts to Prevent and Address Substance Harm in Wisconsin, P-02593 (PDF)
This report features information on the efforts of over 70 community programs working at the intersections of trauma and substance harm.
- The Voices of Wisconsin Students: Learning, Coping, and Building Resilience During COVID-19
The Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service Research Partners and the Medical College of Wisconsin hosted 23 focus groups with students in grades 6 through 12 in 2021. The findings were compiled into separate reports for middle and high school students. This project was funded by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
- A Guide to Sources of Support During COVID-19, P-02670 (PDF)
This is a resource guide to helplines, hotlines, and virtual support meetings for people with mental health and substance use concerns.
- In Times of Stress, These Resources Can Help, P-02692 (PDF)
This is a resource guide for people who been tested for COVID-19. This publication is available in multiple languages.
- Support for Individuals Experiencing Violence, P-02772 (PDF)
This is a resource guide for people who may not be safe at home. This publication is available in multiple languages.
- Applying the Parallel Values of Trauma-Informed Practices, P-02640 (PDF)
This tip sheet is for organizations seeking to apply the practices of trauma-informed care.
- Developing Parallel Skills for Trauma-Informed Practice, P-02641 (PDF)
This tip sheet is for professionals who provide services and support for people who have experienced trauma and toxic stress.
- First Responder Training Toolkit: Strength is Asking for Help, P-02913 (PDF)
This toolkit connects to a training presentation for first responders. It offers resources to manage the stress that comes with being a first responder.
Watch first responders and others share their Resilient Wisconsin story.
Trauma-Informed Care: Putting Humanity Back Into Human Services
This training webcast for people working in helper professions provides an overview of trauma, explores trauma in the workplace, provides an overview of trauma-informed care, and explores trauma-informed supervision. Watch the video. This training webcast is offered for general education only. There is no certificate or continuing education hours offered for viewing this webcast.
Resilience: The Path to Hope and Meaning
This training webcast for people working in helper professions provides an overview of adverse childhood experiences and trauma, explores adverse childhood experiences data in Wisconsin, and highlights strategies to build resilience. Watch the video. This training webcast is offered for general education only. There is no certificate or continuing education hours offered for viewing this webcast.
Resilient Wisconsin: First Responder Training
This is a free video training for EMS professionals, firefighters, and law enforcement officers. It provides information on how to recognize the symptoms and risks associated with toxic stress and tools for self-care and asking for help when needed to improve mental and physical health. To get an email with information on how to access this presentation, please tell us a little about yourself and your current awareness of the key concepts covered in the video training.
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative by working with your local outdoor advertising company. A Resilient Wisconsin billboard design is available for your use. Contact the Wisconsin Department of Health Services for more information.
Facebook camera frames
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative by using these Resilient Wisconsin photo frames on photos you take and/or post to Facebook. The final image with the photo frame applied can also be used on websites and other social media platforms.
To use one of these Facebook camera frames, select the option that fits the orientation of the photo. Follow the directions provided by Facebook after you select the option that meets your needs.
- Landscape photo: http://www.facebook.com/fbcameraeffects/tryit/532809490988274/
- Portrait photo: http://www.facebook.com/fbcameraeffects/tryit/248106319713280/
Facebook posts - images (#ResilientWisconsin)
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative on your Facebook page. Use these posts or create your own. Use #ResilientWisconsin on all social media posts.
- Save the image to your device.
- Upload the image to your Facebook page.
- Use the text below the image to complete the post.
Be good to yourself with your daily 3: that’s good-for-you foods, a good night’s sleep, and a good amount of exercise. Together we can build a healthier and more #ResilientWisconsin: resilient.wisconsin.gov
Stay connected to your support system; your family, friends, coworkers, and community. Call, text, video chat, and stay strong together. More tips to be #ResilientWisconsin: resilient.wisconsin.gov
It’s okay to ask others to talk about something else. Don’t let #COVID19 take over everything you read, watch, or discuss. We are #ResilientWisconsin: resilient.wisconsin.gov
Need help now? It’s okay to reach out. Text HOPELINE to 741741 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline '1-800-273-TALK (8255)'. More helplines and hotlines can be found here: resilient.wisconsin.gov #ResilientWisconsin
Yes, you may feel stress. And yes, you can manage it. Let’s be strong, seek support, and support others in these difficult times. Together we are #ResilientWisconsin: resilient.wisconsin.gov
Some stress is natural. And remember, you’re not alone. We’re all in this together, and we’ll get through this together. Learn how: resilient.wisconsin.gov #ResilientWisconsin
Facebook profile picture frame
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative by using the Resilient Wisconsin initiative Facebook frame on your personal, business, and/or organization's Facebook page profile picture.
- Go to www.facebook.com/profilepicframes.
- Select your profile picture in the bottom left and select your page.
- Search for the Resilient Wisconsin Facebook Frame by entering Resilient Wisconsin.
- Choose the Resilient Wisconsin initiative Facebook Frame.
- Select Use as Profile Picture.
Newsletter articles (Community bulletins, employee newsletters, etc.)
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative in your community bulletin, employee newsletter, and similar publications. Use one of the short articles below.
Coping with COVID-19
You are making important changes to take care of yourself, your loved ones, and your community during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s not easy. But there are tools and resources that can help you manage some of the stress and strengthen your ability to bounce back from adversity. Go to resilient.wisconsin.gov for tips for coping with staying safer home.
Helping Wisconsin cope during COVID-19
COVID-19 has heighten anxiety and stress for many in Wisconsin, at home and on the pandemic’s frontlines. Resilient Wisconsin can help you learn how to adapt and recover during these tough times, with strategies for practicing self-care, maintaining social connections, and reducing stress. Go to resilient.wisconsin.gov for more information.
We all need support sometimes
We all experience ups and downs in life. Feelings of loss or uncertainty. A serious health or relationship problem. Stress at work or harmful substance use in the home. Even natural disasters and large-scale emergencies, like the COVID-19 pandemic. Trauma and adversity can make it difficult to take care of yourself and the people around you. Learning ways to cope with, and recover from, tough times in healthy ways is the heart of building resilience. Without it, we can become overwhelmed by toxic stress, trauma, or other mental and behavioral health challenges like chronic disease or harmful substance use. Resilient Wisconsin can help. Go to resilient.wisconsin.gov for more information.
Sometimes, even first responders need help
When helping others is your calling, asking for help can be difficult. Resilient Wisconsin is helping police officers, firefighters, dispatchers, emergency health care providers, and others learn how to recognize and deal with the effects of secondary trauma. Go to resilient.wisconsin.gov for more information.
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative in a print publication -- newspaper, magazine, or other booklet. A Resilient Wisconsin advertisement suitable for a print publication is available for your use. Contact the Wisconsin Department of Health Services for more information.
Promote the Resilient Wisconsin initiative on your website. Add a Resilient Wisconsin website button to your website. This button appears as an image on your website. When a visitor to your website clicks or taps the image, the visitor is directed to the Resilient Wisconsin homepage for resources and information.
|Choose a size||Determine the website button size that would best fit on your website. The website button is available in six sizes. See below.|
|Copy code||Highlight the embed code listed below for the size that you want, then copy it into your clipboard.|
|Decide on a location||
As editor, in your content management system, open the page that you would like to add the website button to and either open the text tab or the HTML viewer.
As an editor, you will be embedding this website button the same way you would an image or video. Note: Every content management system is different. This process can vary slightly.
|Paste code and save||Paste the embed code snippet you just copied into your HTML viewer or text tab. Then click ‘OK’ or ‘Save.’ Be sure you’re not pasting it within another snippet of code – otherwise you will see errors on the webpage. This step is the same regardless of content management system.|
|Review, adjust, and publish||After saving this code within the content management system, review how the button lives on the page. You can format this image to be left aligned, center aligned, or right aligned based on preference. Once satisfied with the orientation, publish your changes and the website button is now added to your website and ready for immediate use.|
Button designs and code
<a href="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/resilient/index.htm" target="_blank"><img alt="" height="180" src="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/rw-web-button-1.png" width="360" /></a>
<a href="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/resilient/index.htm" target="_blank"><img alt="" height="240" src="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/rw-web-button-2.png" width="440" /></a>
<a href="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/resilient/index.htm" target="_blank"><img alt="" height="300" src="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/rw-web-button-3.png" width="550" /></a>
<a href="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/resilient/index.htm" target="_blank"><img alt="" height="275" src="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/rw-web-button-4.png" width="180" /></a>
<a href="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/resilient/index.htm" target="_blank"><img alt="" height="360" src="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/rw-web-button-5.png" width="240" /></a>
<a href="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/resilient/index.htm" target="_blank"><img alt="" height="450" src="https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/sites/default/files/rw-web-button-6.png" width="300" /></a>