Iowa News 7 KWWL Video Spot
(KWWL) — Being a farmer means dealing with a continually unpredictable career field with challenges far beyond your control whether it be severe weather, market prices, or international trade disputes.Check It Out
Iowa Farm Bureau News Release
News Release: During May Mental Health Month, Iowa Farm Bureau Federation (IFBF) wants farmers to know help is available. Ongoing wellness coaching and counseling through Personal Assistance Services which can be accessed via phone, text, live chat or video.Check It Out
KMA Land 960 AM Interview
Dr. John Lawrence of ISU spoke on the importance of having this free new service for farm familiesCheck It Out
MindHealth Matters – July 2022
July is Minority Mental Health Month and this edition of MindHealth Matters looks at unique concerns for minorities when accessing care.
PAS strives to help you and your family with many of life’s daily challenges including financial wellbeing. Whether you are trying to adjust your spending due to inflation or planning your retirement, financial literacy is an important aspect of your overall wellbeing. In addition to the monthly articles in MindHealth Matters, PAS financial consultants are available to speak with you about budgeting, debt reduction, financial planning, and more.Check It Out
MindHealth Matters – June 2022
Did you know that behavior is influenced both by your environment and how you have learned to respond to it?
Sometimes we can control the environment. Several articles in the June edition of MindHealth Matters help manage our environment — planning a vacation that is good for your mental health, teaching young adults to manage money, and eating foods with anti-inflammatory properties for better health.
MindHealth Matters – May 2022
Put down your phones and pick up your tongs. May brings warmer weather and an opportunity to spend time with friends and family outdoors. Check out the May edition of MindHealth Matters for suggestions on taking a break from digital devices and suggestions on summer cooking.Check It Out
MindHealth Matters April 2022
April is the beginning of spring. This season of rebirth is a good time to take stock and address things that might have gone unnoticed during the winter holidays. The April edition of MindHealth Matters is full of opportunities to improve yourself, your relationships, and – with the introduction of a new financial column – your money management.Check It Out
MindHealth Matters March 2022
Do you need better sleep? Studies have established a link between inadequate or poor sleep and a variety of health conditions. The March edition of MindHealth Matters features a timely article on sleep awareness. In addition, you’ll find interactive information on a wide range of topics, from smartphone addiction, boosting happiness, communication, and relationship tips.Check It Out
MindHealth Matters February 2022
February is Black History Month, and the February issue of MindHealth Matters explores racial trauma and its effects. In addition, you’ll find information on a wide range of topics, from self-injury to self-esteem; mindfulness at work to breaking bad habits, eating disorders to heart-healthy eating.Check It Out