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In the News – Radio

In the News – Radio

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May 11, 2023

Capital Credit Union Inner Voice Out Campaign

June 22, 2022

WHBY Hayley Tenpas Focus Fox Valley on Mental Wellbeing | Listen Here Interview starts at approx. 16 minutes in.

June 10, 2022

WHBY Samaritan news story | Listen Here

March 29, 2022

WHBY Krause & Co. | Listen Here Interview with John Wallschlaeger from Samaritan Counseling – starts around 37:00

November 24, 2021

WHBY Focus Fox Valley | Listen Here Mary Beth Nienhaus matching gift reaches 60% WHBY Fresh Take with Josh Dukelow | Listen Here Fresh Take with Josh Dukelow: Match Grant

August 25, 2021

WHBY Fresh Take with Josh Dukelow | Listen Here Clip starts at 13:53

August 2, 2021

WHBY |  Listen Here High level athletes are speaking out about mental health in athletics. Samaritan Executive Director, Rosangela Berbert, joined Haley Tenpas on the WHBY Focus Fox Valley radio show to continue the discussion.

May 25, 2021

WHBY Focus Fox Valley | Listen Here THRIVE Calumet is a collaboration to provide on-site mental health services to Calumet County school districts in partnership with Samaritan. Elizabeth Langteau, with CESA 6 and co-director of Allies in Mental Health Education and Jen Parsons, Wellness Screen Program Director with Samaritan, talked with Hayley Tenpas on the WHBY Focus Fox Valley radio show. WHBY | $231,000 grant  Listen Here

May 19, 2021

Woodward Radio | Listen Here Samaritan is proud to be a United Way Mental Health Partner. Our Executive Director, Rosangela Berbert, and board member Gary Cebulski, talked all things Samaritan on Focus Fox Valley with Hayley Tenpas.

August 2019

91.9 The Avenue | Listen Here Amanda Sharon talks with Matt Kaemmerer (Director of Pupil Services at the Oshkosh Area School District), Ashley Strunk (Catalpa Health) and Jen Parsons (Wellness Screen Program Director at Samaritan) highlighting a program called Rise Up, a school-based comprehensive mental health framework. The program is backed by a grant given by the Basic Needs Giving Partnership from funds raised from the U.S. Venture Open.