Natalie Eilbert, Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Natalie Eilbert

Green Bay Press-Gaz.

Green Bay, WI, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Gov. Evers is allocating $1 million in grants to reduce mental health disparities. Here's why.

The Evers administration awarded 10 organizations $1 million to reduce mental health disparities. But what are the disparities and why do they exist? → Read More

Give BIG Green Bay reaches new record, raising over $2.4 million

Housing, supporting disabilities, food security and brain improvement score big with donors in Brown County and beyond → Read More

Smiling with all their teeth: Local dentists give free dental care to shelter residents

Dentists offer free dental work to 13 residents from N.E.W. Community Shelter → Read More

The 988 Crisis Lifeline is taking more calls from Wisconsin every month. Here's how it works.

The vast majority of 988 callers contacted 988 Lifeline for two categories: relationship struggles and issues related to mental health. → Read More

Green Bay City Council seeks common ground to confront affordable housing crisis

More than a dozen people, both tenants and landlords, came forward to speak for over three hours on the issue of affordable housing → Read More

Here are the 45 nonprofits selected for this year's Give BIG Green Bay

2023 marks the sixth year of programming, and in the last five years, the partnership has raised nearly $8 million to support local nonprofits. → Read More

Is Blue Monday the most depressing day of the year? Probably not. But it could be close.

Millions of American adults experience seasonal affective disorder, a type of clinical depression resulting from, in most cases, the doldrums of winter. → Read More

Green Bay disability activist aims to make the city more inclusive, one bead at a time

Meet Saphronia Purnell, the Sparks Grant recipient who advocates for people with disabilities and has her sights set on Green Bay. → Read More

Green Bay, De Pere, West De Pere school boards have contested races in spring nonpartisan elections

De Pere School Board will hold a primary as five candidates seek two seats. The primary will knock out one of the candidates. → Read More

A cancer support group for children doesn't sound fun, but kids are 'having a blast' at a Green Bay hospital

St. Vincent Children's Hospital's Youth Cancer Support Group is not "just a bunch of people sitting around in metal chairs crying." → Read More

Need a hot meal? Warm clothing? A big hug? Green Bay's 'Granny' leads with her heart.

At 66, Yvonne Lawson has mothered, grandmothered and great-grandmothered countless people, whether or not they're blood. → Read More

Green Bay inches closer to perfect score in LGBTQ rights, though not every space in city is welcoming

Ten points shy of a perfect score in LGBTQ rights, the city of Green Bay takes steps to better serve, support and protect its LGBTQ residents. → Read More

Breaking the Stigma campaign aims to build more compassion for foster teens

Teens are in critical need of loving, supportive foster homes in the Green Bay area, advocates say. They also need dignity and compassion. → Read More

Hobart-Lawrence officer accidentally shoots self, injured during Highway 29 standoff

The officer was struggling with a man pulled over for a wellness check when the officer's firearm discharged. → Read More

State of Mind: Can being religious improve your mental health?

Wisconsin scholars and therapists address a reader's question about what roles spirituality and religion can play in our mental health. → Read More

Shawano officers involved in fatal shooting placed on administrative leave

The Shawano County Sheriff's Office is investigating a Nov. 19 shooting by a city of of Shawano officer that left one person dead. → Read More

How do you handle grief during Thanksgiving? Don't fight it.

With death rates higher than they've been since 2003, many more families will feel the weight of grief this holiday season. Be open and adaptive. → Read More

Thanksgiving can be especially hard for people struggling with eating disorders. Having a plan can help.

For people in treatment or recovery from an eating disorder, Thanksgiving can set them back years. But having a plan and the right support can help. → Read More

Marching toward zero deaths: Green Bay-area group plans long, emotional walk for veteran suicide awareness

On Saturday, people can walk a mile of the Fox River Trail for every veteran lost to suicide per day. It's 17.6 miles this year, with a goal of 0. → Read More

State of Mind: How can we combat burnout and seasonal affective disorder?

Don't be too proud to take breaks, walks and get real rest as the darker, colder months arrive. → Read More