CSI on KFIZ

September 30, 2019

CSI on KFIZ

September 25th, 2019: Chaplain Doug Hedman and Tammi Kohlman spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about the upcoming Fond du Lac Warrior Summit, which will be held on Friday, October 18th at Marian University’s Stayer Center, from 8:30am-4:30pm. Complete details and registration form is located HERE. Registration closes Friday, October 4th.

Chaplain Doug Hedman & Tammi Kohlman on KFIZ’s Hoffy House

July 24th, 2019: Maurice (Moe) Craine, a local business owner and member of the Prevent Suicide Fond du Lac committee, and Tammi Kohlman, the coordinator of CSI’s Destination Zero suicide prevention initiative, spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about Ball 4 The Cause, a charity basketball game that will be held on Saturday, August 10th. Barriers to accessing mental health treatment, and heightened stigma among men and within the African American community as it relates to addressing mental health concerns was also discussed. CLICK HERE to listen and learn more.

Maurice Craine & Tammi Kohlman on KFIZ’s Hoffy House


March 24th, 2019: Greg Henderson, a psychotherapist from Aurora Behavioral Health and active member of several CSI committees spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about the important role of mental health in overall well-being, how healthy habits and self-care can improve our quality of life, and work-life balance, among other topics! CLICK HERE to listen and learn more.

February 13th, 2019: Ellen Sorensen, Drug Free Communities Coordinator, and Dr. Jim Salasek spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about the connection between mental health and substance abuse, how tobacco use is changing with the emergence of electronic delivery devices, and the many activities of Drug Free Communities across Fond du Lac County. CLICK HERE to listen and learn more.

January 9th, 2019: Dr. Janet McCord, Professor of Thanatology at Marian Univeristy and member of CSI’s Prevent Suicide-Fond du Lac Committee, spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about the importance of learning basic suicide prevention techniques, and the current effort to educate Fond du Lac County residents through free QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper trainings. To request a training, simply fill out this form.  CLICK HERE to listen and learn more.

December 12th, 2018: Dr. Jim Salasek, the chair of CSI’s Mental Health Access Prioirty, spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about how realistic New Year’s resolutions can promote mental health and overall well-being. CLICK HERE to listen and learn more.

October 31st, 2018: Dr. Jim Salasek spoke with KFIZ’s Bob Hoffmaster about CSI’s structure and community priorities. CLICK HERE to listen to the interview, and learn more about CSI’s efforts to promote the social, emotional and behavioral well-being of ALL Fond du Lac County residents.

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