Small Town Values; Big World Opportunities | (920) 487-7001 | 1715 Division St. Algoma, WI 54201

Algoma Community Wellness Center

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

Algoma Community Wellness Center Hours and Fees

Monday-Thursday, 4 a.m. -10:30 p.m.
  Staffed, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday, 4 a.m. -10:30 p.m.
  Staffed, 7 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.

Algoma Community Wellness Center

Membership Rates

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

Josh Savoie, Personal Trainer

Josh Savoie, Personal Trainer

New Member Orientations | Free for Members

Mondays 10-11 a.m. & 3-8 p.m.
Thursdays 10-11 a.m. & 3-8 p.m.
Fridays 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Saturdays 8-11 a.m

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 Community Wellness Center

2017 Robert J. Wood Culture of Health Award Winner

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.

Algoma Community Wellness Center

Contact the Algoma Community Wellness Center

Phone: (920) 487-7001 Ext 4000





Download and print:
May 2018 Newsletter

Regular Programs & Services:

Click on any of the tabs below to find out more about each program.

Pickleball | Free for Members

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays / 7-Noon 

Pickelball at the Algoma Community Wellness Center

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

Thursdays / 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Consultant: Kim Yaeger, Athletic Trainer

Kim Yeager, 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.

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

Jody Anderson R.N.

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) | May 2 – June 22, 2018

Wednesdays & Fridays | 11:15am-Noon

Silver Sneakers and Op tum Members: FREE
Members: $16 ($1/class)
Non-Members: $32 ($2/class)

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

Wednesdays, 3:30 – 8 p.m. through May 31, 2018

Want to show others a useful skill you have mastered, and meet new people? Come work on a project for yourself, family, friends, or a KIND donation. There is no age requirement

for crafting and it is completely free. Join us at Friends and Fiber, happening every Wednesay through May 31, 2018.

May 2018 Special Workshops & Programs
Click on the title bar of each event to view the details.

May 3, 2018 | 4-8 p.m. (part 1 of 2) | May 5, 2018 | 8-11 a.m. (part 2 of 2)
Algoma Community Wellness Center-Multipurpose Room
Presented By: Ahnepe Life Safety Services

A comprehensive resource for parents, grandparents, teachers, coaches or anyone responsible for the care of children. Training includes 1st Aid CPR and AED.

$40.00 per student: AHA Pediatric 1st Aid Workbook, Quick Reference Guide, First Aid Kit, Goggles, Gloves, 1-Way Respiratory Valve and 1 Pocket Mask. AHA Certified Instructor: Karen Callahan RN

To Register: Call Ahnepe Life Safety Services 815.793.8276 or email

Stress Management Class | May 14, 2018 | 8 – 9 a.m. | Jody Anderson

We all have stress, right?!
Join the conversation and learn more about the stress response, symptoms of stress and how you can cope better with stress that comes your way!

Join us in the Wellness Center multipurpose room for some mental health awareness. This is a FREE presentation for both members and non-members!

Blood Drive | May 16, 2018 |  9 a.m. – 1 p.m

Algoma Community Wellness Center Auxiliary Gym


The Gut Brain Connection
May 21, 2018 | 8 – 9 a.m. | Jody Anderson

Eating a healthy diet can help improve your mental and emotional well-being. Join the conversation about how food impacts mood and sample some nutritious foods to boost your mood!

This is a FREE informational presentation for members and non-members.



Monthly Feature Article: May Is Mental Health Month

May Is Mental Health Month!
Why is it so important to discuss things like mental health? These reasons below indicate that it’s time to bring mental health to the forefront of our conversations and efforts to decrease the stigma around mental health issues: -One in four adults – approximately 26% — is living with some form of mental illness. (That means it is likely that you or someone you know is dealing with an aspect of their emotional wellbeing.)

    • The most common mental health conditions for adults are anxiety disorders and depression.
    • Depression is the leading cause of disability in the world.
    • Making it okay to TALK ABOUT mental health makes people feel empowered to seek help and TREAT mental health. You can save a life by showing you care.
      1. Ask “are you okay?”
      2. Listen and ensure their safety
      3. Connect to resources, such as your workplace Employee Assistance Program or community resources. If you think they need immediate assistance, encourage them to text “HOPELINE” to 741741 or call 1-800-273-8255.
      4. Follow up by asking “are you okay?” again later.

If you need a place to start your own discussion, please feel free to reach out to me, your Community Nurse Activator or your Primary Care Provider for help in figuring out your next steps.

To schedule an appointment, call 24/7 Nurse On Call at 1-800-528- 7883. Appointments are available at the Wellness Center on Thursdays from 11-1 pm and at the Bellin Algoma Clinic on Tuesdays from 8-11 am. One conversation could save your life! All visits are confidential. Show you care by participating in any of the supportive mental health activities this May, throughout the Community of Algoma! Invite a friend to join you!
Best of Health,
Nurse Jody