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To request a session in your community, email Nora Miller or call 800-448-5148, ext.103.


Upcoming Sessions

Bone Health
Meriter-UnityPoint Health
Monday. August 31, 2015
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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Breast Cancer
Meriter-UnityPoint Health
Monday. September 21, 2015
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
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Gynecological Cancers
Meriter-UnityPoint Health
Monday. October 5, 2015
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
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Health Topics

  • Bone Health (Osteoporosis)
  • Breast Cancer
  • Breastfeeding
  • Diabetes Prevention
  • Domestic Violence
  • Gynecologic Cancers
  • Healthy Aging Brain
  • Heart Health
  • Mental Health
  • Oral Health

    Featured Nurse:


    Ardyce McMillen


    What is the GrapeVine Project?

    The GrapeVine Project is a free health education program for women in counties across Wisconsin.  We partner with local nurses who conduct  health education sessions on a variety of women’s health topics.

    GrapeVine sessions teach participants about  risk factors, symptoms, prevention, lifestyle changes and resources to lead a healthy life.  Nurses can provide sessions  in businesses, homes, churches, community centers, libraries, and other public locations.  All participants will receive a small gift at the end of each session.


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    2013 GrapeVine Project Annual Report

    2014 GrapeVine Project Annual Report


    2015 GrapeVine Annual Conference


    What Participants Are Doing To Improve Their Health:

    Breast Cancer Session

    “I have shared what I learned with others.  I am doing self-exams more regularly.”

    Heart Disease Session

    “Checked BP at home was 145. Made a doctor appointment (the first in five years!)”

    “I thought this was an excellent learning session with an excellent leader.  Awareness was brought to the forefront – and I am a retired cardiac secretary!  Thank you for a great learning experience.”

    Healthy Aging Brain Session

    “I have talked with our daughter who will be making health and end of life decision for us.”

    “My mom has mild-moderate dementia – more patience when she asks occasionally for relatives who are deceased (don’t try to correct her). Easier to go along with it or redirect her.”

    Mental Health Session

    “Putting time aside to take care of myself.”