Most Common Injuries from Hand Tools

Do it yourselfers save money by being handy around the house. A well-stocked toolbox is their constant companion. When using power tools, it’s easy to keep safety in mind—electric and pneumatic tools require careful handling. The noise they make and the force they generate are built-in reminders to be careful. Manual tools, on the other […]

Need help finding mental health, food or shelter resources? Here’s how

https://youtu.be/FteRDvZLMFg Times are tough, but they don’t have to be. Racine County Eye is kicking off a twice-a-month video series called Racine County Speaks, a program about organizations that help. In our first episode, Hollie White, the project coordinator for Improving Children’s Mental Health Through School and Community, talks about how Racine County Eye residents […]

At Work with a Mental Health Disability

Society’s Assets is proud to join the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy and many other organizations in celebrating the 75th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. To raise awareness about disability employment issues, Tricia Lewis, Director of Independent Living Services at Society’s Assets, shares her story. “I am a person […]

Immunizations Near Me

The Racine Health Department is not offering immunizations at this time. The Healthcare Network of Racine has yet to resume vaccine administration. All services that require an appointment at the Central Racine County Health Department, including immunizations are not currently taking place. These closures are due to COVID-19. Staying up-to-date on immunizations is important. There […]

NAMI presents mental health speaker series

NAMI Racine County is beginning a monthly virtual speaker series that will cover various elements of mental health including self-care during COVID-19, suicide prevention, and much more. The speaker series will be the third Wednesday of each month, beginning today, July 29, at 6 p.m. Tonight’s topic will be LGBTQ mental health with panelists from the […]

New Norm for Personal Healthcare

Are you fed up, had enough with COVID restrictions and want to get out, go to work, see people, do errands around town, have fun with your favorite activities or hobbies? Do you wish that someone, your community, local and the federal government would do more; hurry up with more testing, finding a cure, developing […]

Can CBD Gummies Get You High?

It is almost impossible to shop for CBD without stumbling upon CBD gummy bears. A prevalent form of CBD, gummies are the perfect solution for a quick and discreet dose of CBD. CBD gummies, along with many other CBD edibles, are often confused with the marijuana edibles that you might find in an Amsterdam coffee […]

Alzheimer’s Association Offers Free Virtual Services For Wisconsin Residents

While the COVID-19 pandemic threatens the health of millions in this country and around the world, the novel coronavirus presents unique challenges for more than 5 million Americans, including 120,000 in Wisconsin, living with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. The Alzheimer’s Association, Wisconsin Chapter is offering free virtual (phone and webinar) programming including care consultations, education […]