Farmer to Farmer
Do you need someone to listen who has a farm or ranch background and who is trained to listen non-judgmentally and confidentially? Farmer to Farmer provides specially trained peer support for farmers, ranchers and their family members experiencing difficult times. Consider participating in the Farmer to Farmer program. For more information please call 252.744.1008 or email email@example.com.
"We all struggle with things that it is helpful to talk through and sometimes it can be helpful to talk to a friend or a family member. But sometimes you really need to talk to someone who's kind of been in your shoes. Who really understands what you are dealing with and I think that is what peer support programs offer" – Carrie McClain
Women in Agriculture-NC (WIA-NC)
Provides opportunity for farm women to come together, share how stress affects their families and learn how to manage day-to-day stressors. Emphasizing self-care and mutual support, Women in Agriculture offers a variety of events including virtual meetings and day-long retreats. Interested in learning more? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the NC Farm Help Line at 844.325.3276. To join the Women in Agriculture social media platform please contact us. For more information,
"My conversations have been like chatting with friends I have not seen for a while and getting feedback on what's going on, what's bothering you... There's no judgment here. We all have families. We all have businesses. The dynamic of those two things is powerful.” – Vicky Porter
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