MADISON (WKOW) -- A Madison non-profit that works to help people with mental health issues is celebrating 20 years and opening its doors to the community.
Cornucopia is an arts and wellness center run by and for people with mental health issues and their allies. The non-profit celebrates creativity and diversity by helping members develop individual strengths and talents, hoping to promote growth and dignity.
Cornucopia offers wellness groups, computer access, career counseling, games, outings, open studio time and supplies, classes on drawing, painting, card making, leather craft, jewelry making, clay and bonsai wire sculpture. They also offer Peer Support Specialists through Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) for qualified individuals.
To learn more about Cornucopia, click here. There's also an Open House this Saturday, October 22 from 2 - 5 p.m. Cornucopia is at 2 S. Ingersoll Street #B in Madison.
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