Be a part of the Wellness Movement! Educate. Advocate. Donate.
We opened our doors to the public on June 19, 2017!!
SCROLL DOWN TO DONATE ONLINE through PAYPAL, or send a check (made payable to Kiesler Wellness Center) to:
Kiesler Wellness Center
3130 SE 2nd Ave.
Grand Rapids MN 55744
You can also donate through the Grand Rapids Area Community Foundation.
Payment plans for pledges (up to 5 years) can be set up by contacting:
Amanda Okech, KWC Director
THE STORY BEHIND THE NEW KIESLER WELLNESS CENTER
Why: The purpose of the Kiesler Wellness Center is to help people in our community stop suffering losses due to mental illness symptoms and to care for those who have lost hope.
How: When support and knowledge of mental health and addiction recovery are readily accessible, families can get help sooner. When families are able to get help, the community can start breaking the cycle of poverty, unemployment, homelessness, criminal behaviors, abuse, and suicide.
What: By creating a safe, respectful, family-orientated environment where there is personal choice in how one wants to receive support and education on improving mental health.
Purpose of Project: To create an innovative, strength-based, and a community collaborative mental health recovery center. The Kiesler Wellness Center is an educational support center for community members, social service providers, and non-profit organizations who are seeking ways to access mental health recovery and employment resources. These recovery resources may be used to improve one’s personal recovery, service delivery efficiency, communication among providers, or to collaborate on wellness-focused projects for the benefit of the greater community. By developing a larger and more accessible location, Kiesler will be able to serve a greater demographic of members and families in our community who are affected by mental illness. The Kiesler Wellness Center will create a centralized community space accessible to all local social services and non-profits to increase services efficiency and increase collaborative relationships with the community.