A pile of #WaukeshaStrong rubber bracelets

A man and a woman in front of a display

Volunteers holding NAMI parade banner

Help Is Here For You And Those You Love

If you or someone you love have been affected by the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy on November 21, 2021, the United for Waukesha Resiliency Center can help. We offer no-cost programming, service navigation, and support to anyone affected.

Creative Connections

We are proud to partner with Healing Harmonies to present Creative Connections, an art therapy group for anyone between the ages of 5-14 years old affected by the parade.

Individual & Family Therapy

Connection to our trusted partners in mental health – at no cost. Contact a service navigator or fill out our interest form to learn more.

Art & Soul Support Group

A support group for adults affected by the parade, with tactile art projects led by a trained art therapist.

Resilient Yoga

Join our trauma-informed yoga therapist for free classes that nourish heart, mind, and body. Register now for 2024!

List of Programs

Our programs change regularly in response to the needs of the community. Please click here for a list of our current offerings and please connect with a Service Navigator for more information or to suggest a new program offering!

Nature Meditation

Shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing”) is the Japanese practice of therapeutic sensory engagement in nature, with potential stress-busting benefits

Open Studio

Join Service Navigator Vanessa for a calming Art Open Studio every Monday from 5:45-6:45 pm.
Register now!

Resilient Yoga- Taylors Version

Yoga therapist, Leah, will lead 60 minutes of mindful movement while playing the best hits of T. Swift! Stay after class and enjoy making a friendship bracelet and share your love for all things Taylor.
Register now!

Kenny Mitchell

“As leaders, we must be proactive not reactive in supporting our team so that when mental health struggles rear their head our teams have the coping mechanisms in place to deal with them before they begin affecting their job and their family.” – K. Mitchell
Registration opening soon.

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