Health and Wellness Center 

Community Health

Community Health Programs

Lifeline Program:

  • Lifeline, an emergency alert program is available to eligible member.
  • Referrals can be made for assessment of Lifeline to promote safety for elders in their homes.
  • An application must be made and approved prior to installation of the Lifeline 

Hospital Discharge Follow-ups:

  • Please call us and let us know when you are a family member are admitted to the hospital.  Please call or ask the hospital to call our Community Health Nurse 715-793-5014.  We will assess your discharge medication to be sure you understand what the doctor has ordered for you.
  • With your permission, we will work in conjunction with hospital discharge planner to make sure all necessary arrangements are made for when you come home.  

Medication Assistance:

  • Having trouble with not understanding your medications or not remembering to take them on time? One of our Registered Nurses will set up your medications in a pill box- making it easier to know when and how to take  your medications.
  • We will keep your prescriptions filled through the SMHWC Pharmacy and deliver them to your home and at that time your pill reminder box will be filled.

Loan Closet:

The SMHWC maintains a loan closet for Durable Medical Equipment consisting of some of these items:


  • Crutches, Shower Chair, Toilet Seat Riser, Commodes, Walkers, Canes, Grab Bars for Showers, and Wheelchairs.  


  • Annual influenza clinics
  • Individual Immunizations as necessary 

IHS Food Handlers Training:

Our Staff

Judy (Vera) Heubel


CHN Community Health Director/Diabetic Nurse Educator

(715) 793-5060

Program Admiration, Diabetic Foot & Nail Care Clinics, Skilled Nursing Home Visits, Community Education/Classes, Tobacco Cessation, Car Seat Education, Lactation (Breast Feeding) Counseling, Health Screenings, Screening and education for: blood glucose, blood pressure and cholesterol screening

Emily Carroll

Community Health Nurse

(715) 793-3013

Katie Carroll, RN

Community Health Nurse


Whitney Schreiber RN,BSN,CDE

Maternal and Child Health Nurse

(715) 793-5018 

Healthy Start Program, Lactation (Breastfeeding) Counselor, Child Birth Educator, Skilled Nursing Home Visits, ASQ (Child Development) Testing, Immunizations

Casey Rosenberg

Nutritionist (Registered Dietitian)

(715) 793-5006

Medical Nutrition Therapy, Weight Management Counseling, Healthy Eating and Education for people with diabetes, Women-Infants-Children (WIC) Program and Healthy Eating classes

Ann Marie Spice, RN

Diabetes Nurse Educator

(715) 793-3008

Diabetic Self-Management Education, Foot and Nail Care, Blood Sugar/Blood Pressure Screening, Insulin and Medication Adjustment, Community Screenings and Community Education

Cami Miller

Community Health Representative 

(715) 793-5064

Violet Azzolina

Community Health Representative


WIC Clerk, Wisconsin Well Woman Health Program, Blood Pressure, and Lead Screenings. SNAP-ED Food Nutrition Education, Diabetes Education, Many Trails Farmers Market, Many Trails Travelers Walking Program. Other Services offered: Medication Delivery, Transportation, Head Lice Screening, Minor Eyeglass Repair, Yearly Pet Vaccination Clinic, Lifeline Installation, Blood Pressure Screenings, Blood Glucose Screening and Community Education

Leticia Rodarte

Home Health Aide

(715) 793-5039

Assistance with:  Personal services- bathing, shampooing hair, and exercise. Environmental Services-  light housekeeping (sweeping, dusting, vacuuming, mopping, clean bathroom, change bed linens, and food preparation) *No heavy lifting, rearranging furniture, washing outside windows, or outside work. Transportation-  (if there is no family member available) Grocery shopping, Laundry, and personal business.  *No transporting for furniture and other types of shopping.