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Behavioral Health

 Youth Net is an afterschool program serving over 300 Marshfield youth annually, ages 8-18. As part of a comprehensive case management process, personal learning plans are developed for each child to promote academic success, personal/social development, mental health and healthy active living. Learn more

 Behavioral, Emotional, Screening, Traits (b.e.s.t) is a universal screening program that has been implemented in over 80 elementary schools throughout Wisconsin and is responsible for screening more than 20,000 students. b.e.s.t helps identify and reinforce positive behavioral development for developing children, provides intervention for children with elevated health risks, and helps teachers develop focused interventions for children with targeted needs. Learn more

 AmeriCorps Afterschool program utilizes members to replicate the Youth Net case management process in afterschool programs across the Marshfield Clinic Health System service area. Learn more

 Wisconsin Afterschool Network is led by the Center for Community Health Advancement and consists of representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, and local, regional, and statewide organizations to support the development of high quality afterschool programs, practices and policies. Learn more

 Just Look Up-Screen Free Week is a national event that supports unplugging from digital entertainment and spending more time to daydream, explore, enjoy nature, and spend time with family and friends. Join the Marshfield Clinic Health System-Center for Community Health Advancement, and Marshfield Area Coalition for Youth (MACY) in collaboration with Marshfield Local Businesses and Community Organizations in Just Look Up-Screen-Free Week. Learn more