ACFCU’s Team Wellness is excited to promote wellness to our Members and Co-Workers, as well as the communities we serve.
Our current project is:
How can you support someone who is experiencing a mental health problem? Our wellness project this month is promoting mental health awareness and how to help loved ones who deal with mental health problems. To support, you an offer emotional support, ask them how you can help them, and don't be afraid regularly check up on them and stay in touch.
Our past projects include:
Distracted Driving Awareness
Be on the lookout for wrist bands being mailed out to members aged 16-18 with the message "Eyes Up Y ACFCU" to bring awareness to fight against distracted driving. Watch to see them around town and for more details on this important initiative.
Summer Sun Safety
Nearly 5 million people are treated for skin cancer each year in the United States according to the CDC. Fortunately, most skin cancers are preventable. Wearing a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF is important, but wearing protective clothing, hats, and sunglasses helps prevent skin cancer too. Heat Exhaustion is also a concern. When experiencing heat exhaustion, loosen any clothing, place cool, wet cloth(s) on the body, or take a cool bath. If the individuals begin to vomit, have a history of heart problems or experience worsening or prolonged symptoms, seek medical help.
Awareness and Donations for the Soldier’s House of Fremont County.
The Soldier’s House of Fremont County provides services to all Fremont County veterans and their families. They bring supportive and free mental health services, host free movie nights, free acupuncture services, and even special situations when veterans need additional support after surgery or by providing meals and light housekeeping. For the month of July, we will be taking donations for the Soldier's House of FC. All who donate will receive a USA Flag. We appreciate everyone’s help with this special project.
MS Awareness with Donations to support the cause.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disabling disease of the central nervous system (CNS) that disrupts the flow of information within the brain and between the brain and body. Disrupted nerve signals cause the symptoms of MS, which may vary from one person to another and over time depending on where damage occurs. You can still donate – talk to an ACFCU staff member today!
You can still donate – talk to an ACFCU staff member today!