Cultivemos – The Network for Farmer Well-being
Agriculture is an economic and social bedrock of the United States, yet for decades, farmers, ranchers, and farmworkers have endured growing challenges that increase their levels of stress.
Cultivemos (formerly known as FRSAN-NE, the Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network Northeast) aims to improve behavioral health awareness, literacy, access, and outcomes for farmers, ranchers, and farmworkers in the Northeast by developing a service provider network that can assist and meet the unique needs of agricultural workers.
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Meet the 2021 Cultivemos Advisory Board!
Our mental health resources page has resources on COVID-19 aid, financial support, and suicide prevention.
Missed the Cultivemos Witness to Witness trainings this spring? Watch the recordings using the links below:
Witnessing: Understanding the Effects of Overexposure to Stories of Hardship & Trauma and What to Do About It
Managing Stress During Uncertain Times
Grief in the Time of COVID Loss Connection & Hope
Check out this recording of a June 10th UConn farmer mental health webinar.
Farm Aid’s Farmer Resource Network is an online directory of over 750 U.S. organizations that work directly with farmers on a variety of issues, including mental health services, crisis assistance, and land access.
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On the Cultivating Resilience podcast, farm care starts with self-care. Hear from other farmers about the struggles they face every day and how they are overcoming them. Get connected to #farmermentalhealth resources and a community where farmers and ranchers can support each other when you tune in.
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