About Us Statement:
“Headquartered in Milwaukee, we empower people to overcome barriers to well-being – poverty, poor educational outcomes, unemployment and discrimination, to name a few – so they may thrive.
Wellpoint Care Network, formally known as SaintA, serves 5,000 Wisconsin children, youth and adults each day, helping to build life skills, access needed resources and navigate systems of care. We use a framework that promotes the five pillars of stability and trauma informed perspective. In 2020, we celebrated 170 years of serving the community.”
We are leaders in Trauma Informed Care (TIC), a healing practice that uses neuroscience to understand how the brain is impacted by and recovers from trauma. Our experts can speak to TIC practices, mental health and the overall well-being of children and families.
To set up interviews or for additional information, please contact us at [email protected].
Media & Partner Resources
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We are proud to be called upon to share our perspective and expertise across an array of important subject matters – from trauma-informed practices to equity-related initiatives. Here is some of our most notable coverage:
How three local employers embrace diversity, equity and inclusion to improve their workplacesView Story
Wellpoint Care Network Overhauling Capitol Drive CampusView Story
Wellpoint Care Network expands services, impact through two new awards totaling $2 millionView Story
Wellpoint Care Network Director of Clinical Services Discusses Spike in Substance UseView Story
TMJ4’s Positively Milwaukee
‘It does get better’: Women aged out of foster care inspire othersView Story
National Foster Care Day: Celebrating the work done to help children, familiesView Story
‘Generational Trauma in Milwaukee: Even if They Can’t See It, They Feel It’ Oprah Winfrey on Treating Childhood TraumaView Story
CBS 60 Minutes
Oprah Winfrey on Treating Childhood Trauma (March 11, 2018)View Story
We are Wellpoint Care Network
At Wellpoint Care Network, we see a world where every child and family can thrive. We address the impact of trauma, prevent adversity and promote resilience in the lives of children and families.
Research and experience have shown us people can only tear down barriers related to past adversity – like poverty, poor educational outcomes and discrimination – when they have the tools to build life skills, access needed resources and navigate systems of care.