Schedule a Session:
To schedule a session, email Nora Miller, Program Manager, or call 800-448-5148, ext.103.
- Bone Health (Osteoporosis)
- Breast Cancer
- Diabetes Prevention
- Gynecologic Cancers
- Domestic Violence
- Healthy Aging Brain
- Heart Health
- Mental Health
- Oral Health
GrapeVine Project – More Information
The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation partners with Faith Community/Parish Nurses (FCN) throughout the state by providing them with the most up-to-date tools and educational information about various health topics. All information presented is gathered from local state and national organizations with expertise in the specific health area, and is continually reviewed by medical advisors and partner organizations to ensure the most current information is shared.
Over 6,000 women have participated in GrapeVine Educational Sessions since 2002.
Women who attend GrapeVine Project sessions will:
- Increase their knowledge of specific health topics and issues
- Learn about risk factors, symptoms, prevention, and early intervention
- Learn about lifestyle changes to improve their overall health and well-being
- Increase their awareness and improve access to local health resources and services
- Receive helpful and health-conscious gifts at the end of the session
What is a Faith Community/Parish Nurse?
Faith Community/Parish Nursing is a specialty practice recognized by the American Nurses Association. FCNs are registered nurses who work in a faith community to address health issues of its members as well as to those in the broader community. FCNs have also completed courses specifically designed for health ministry. The experienced nurse can help with the assessment of health status, health needs, and collaboration with health agencies. The core principle of this practice is the intentional care of the spirit of those the FCN assists.