Welcome to the Algoma Community Wellness Center
Located at 1715 Division Street, the Algoma Community Wellness Center (non-profit) is part of a mission to help improve the overall health and well-being of our community members.
Check out all the great things going on at the Center!
Call today to get started on your wellness journey! (920) 487-7001 Ext 4000
- Hours and Rates
- New Member Orientation
- 2017 RWJF Culture of Health Award Winner
- Connect With Us
Algoma Community Wellness Center Hours and Fees
Monday-Thursday, 4 a.m. -10:30 p.m.
Staffed, 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday, 4 a.m. -10:30 p.m.
Staffed, 6 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Saturday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Staffed, 8 – 11 a.m.
Sunday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
To enter the building during non-staffed times:
- Your membership needs to be paid in full
- You need to have your membership card
- You need to scan your card at these three locations:
- o Entrance door to the facility
- o Entrance door to the front desk
- o At the front desk by the computer screen
The center will be open even if the Algoma Schools are closed.
Individual: $20/month, $100/6 months, $200/annual
Family: $45/month, $240/6 months, $460/annual
Senior: $10/month, $50/6 months, $100/annual
Senior Family: $25/month, $135/6 months, $255/annual
Student: FREE/month, FREE/6 months, FREE/annual
Initial Membership Activation Fee (per member): $10
New Member Orientations | Free for Members
Ask the Wellness Center staff for Josh’s availability and to schedule an appointment.
Instructor: Joshua Savoie, Personal Trainer
New to the center?
Want some more direction? Sign up or a 30-minute small group orientation where we all will guide you through the importance and benefits of cardio training, strength machines, and functional exercise, (i.e., squats, lunges, core work, and flexibility).
The functional training overview uses body weight exercises including the purpose of the exercise, proper form, and the great benefits.
The Algoma Community Wellness Center is located on the Algoma High School campus.
Park at the west end of the Algoma High School parking lot and enter the Center through the west entrance.
Algoma, Wisconsin Honored As 2017 RWJF Culture of Health Prize Winner
Now in its fifth year, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Culture of Health Prize recognizes communities that have placed a priority on health and are creating powerful partnerships and deep commitments that will enable everyone, especially those facing the greatest barriers to good health, the opportunity to live well.
A Culture of Health recognizes that health and well-being are greatly influenced by where we live, learn, work, and play; the safety of our surroundings; and the relationships we have in our families and communities. The Prize elevates the compelling stories of local leaders and community members who together are transforming neighborhoods, schools, businesses, and more—so that better health flourishes everywhere.
Under the umbrella of the Live Algoma initiative, Algoma, WI became a 2017 recipient of the Culture of Health prize, being recognized as a community that has come together to set goals and work as teams on health and wellness issues. Anyone can be a “bright spot,” an agent of change who plays a role in improving health!
Read Algoma’s RWJF Culture of Health prize story here.
Pickleball | Free for Members
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays / 7-Noon
Pickle ball is a great way to get into shape and have a blast at the same time! Feel free to stop down and check out what pickle ball is all about.
Pain & Injury Consultations | Free for Members
Consultant: Kim Yaeger, Athletic Trainer
Not moving as freely as you want because of achy knees, painful hips. a sore back and/or other joint pains?
Sign up for a 30-minute consultation to evaluate your discomfort, answer your questions and get treatment options based on your current issues. Ask the Wellness Center staff for Kim’s availability and to schedule an appointment.
Individual Health Coach Sessions | Free for Adult Residents of the Algoma School District
Thursday, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., Algoma Community Wellness Center
Tuesday, 8 – 11 a.m., Bellin Health 831 Parker Ave. Algoma
Call 1-800-528-7883 to schedule your 1:1 coaching session
Provider: Jody Anderson, Registered Nurse
If you are ready to make some lifestyle changes to help yourself lose weight, start exercising more, sleep better smile, more?
As you identify hurdles and set goals, Nurse Jody will help you make sustainable changes to help you reach those goals. She is friendly, compassionate, and empathetic.
Without judgment, Jody focuses on your health, happiness, and quality of life concerns.
Health coaching helps you:
- Improve nutritional choices
- Incorporate movement into your lifestyle
- Learn and use stress reduction techniques
- Eliminate tobacco
- Discover ways to manage chronic diseases (like high blood pressure or diabetes)
- Develop healthy sleep habits
- Lose weight
Joyous Joints (Hip & Knee) | Starts September 19, 2018
Wednesdays & Fridays | 11:15 am-Noon
Runs two times a week for 8 weeks starting September 19, 2018, with two special classes on September 7 & 14, 2018.
Silver Sneakers and Optum Members: FREE
Staying Active, Staying Healthy
Perfect for those considering a joint replacement or those who have had one already. It is also great if you would like to continue to prevent yourself from needing any joint surgery in the future.
Keep your joints flexible and muscles strong.
Continue doing activities that you love while experiences less pain.
Between Door County Medical Center’s therapists and Algoma Community Wellness Centers fitness professionals, you will find success.
Friends & Fiber
Tuesdays, 3:30 – 5 p.m.
A NEW TIME! Meet new people while you work on that craft project you’ve been meaning to get done. Sit together and talk with friends while you knit, color, crochet, bead, etc.
Before you know it you will have all of the DIY’s done! Time flies when it’s fun!
Class starts Thursday, September 6, 2018, at 9-9:45 a.m.
Jenn will instruct this class Mondays and Thursdays at 9 am until 9:45 am. Limited spots available, sign up today!
$1 for Members $2 for Non-Members FREE for Silver Sneakers and Optum
Tuesdays, 9 – 10 a.m. Multipurpose room.
Recreatiion for lndiividuals with Disabilities through Exercise (R.I.D.E.)
The goal of the R.I.D.E. is to serve adults with disabilities ages 18+ by providing them with a guided exercise program. The exercise program will include components that improve aerobic fitness:, strength, balance, and flexibility.
Research shows that exercise is a key factor in improving health for people w1ith disabilities. Participants could expect health benefits in aerobic fitness, muscular strength, improved performance in activities of daily living and higher psychosocial health.
Programming for participants will be created by an exercise physiologist and content will be based on initial screening and g1roup interests. Participants will receive group instruction, support, and encouragement from program staff that helps foster a posit1ive exercise environment.
The R.I.D.E. program is a collaborative effort brought to the community by Door County Medical Center, the Algoma Community Wellness Center and East Shore lndustries and is a part of Bridges to Health.
LOCATION AND TIME
The R.I.D.E program will last 45 minutes and take place at the Algoma Community Wellness Center, 1715 Division St. Algoma, WI 54201 from 1:15-2:00 p.m. on Wednesdays: October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st, November 7th, 14th, and 21st.
The R.I.D.E. program goals are:
5. Provide Door County and the surrounding community with an opportunity to enhance and emphasize the importance of physical activity for indiividuals with disabilities.
For more information about this program please contact:
Teall Vanlanen, Algoma Community Wellness Center
920-48 7-7001 ext. 4001 | ACWC@alghs.k12. wi.us
Linda Wehausen, East Shore llndustries
920-487-35411 | email@example.com
Adam Peronto, Door County Medical Center
920-746-0410 | Adam.Peronto@dcmedical.org
News From Nurse Jody
Love is an ACTION
Show yourself love by taking action to protect your health. Your wellbeing is so much more complex than taking a morning run or eating your vegetables. Taking a proactive role in your health enables you to be there for others who depend on you in their lives.
To care for others, we must care for ourselves first.
Women, take the time this month to schedule your physical and cancer screenings. Guys, you can encourage the women in your life to take action to protect their health.
The schedule below includes general recommendations for women. Talk to your primary care physician to determine a schedule that’s right for you:Skin cancer screening regularly at every age
- Skin cancer screening regularly at every age
- Cervical cancer screening at least every 3 years after age 20
- Mammogram every 1-2 years after age 40
- Colonoscopy every 10 years after age 50
Bellin For Women will enhance your life – physically, emotionally, and socially. Learn how to take charge of your health and your family’s health, connect with other women on the same path, and have fun doing it. Join this supportive community and take action to show yourself some love.
Sometimes the first action for self-care is having that open and honest conversation with someone who can help! Schedule a FREE health coaching visit with me to discuss how you can achieve your health goals. I’m available at the Wellness Center on Thursdays from 11 am to 1 pm or at the Bellin Algoma Clinic on Tuesdays from 8 am to 11 am. All appointments are Free and confidential.
Schedule your 1:1 Coaching session today by calling 800.528.7883 or scheduling online: https://www.bellin.org/open-schedule/algomacommunity
Your Partner in Health,