Hospital employees wear orange for Anti-Bullying Month

A message of compassion is spreading through an area hospital.

Employees of Gundersen Health System have been wearing the color orange and ribbons as part of Unity Month.  The color way to show support for anti bullying and compassion.

Members from the hospital say bullying doesn’t just happen to children. They have implemented a safe places and procedures at the hospital to prevent bullying.

“We actually have a no hit zone. We have been trained on if we’re seeing adverse behavior, how we need to address those behaviors. We really don’t want  anti bullying, we want to talk about what is it that you need to do, are you being nice or are you being mean,” said Sue La Crosse, an employee at the hospital

The hospital is part of the anti-bullying alliance and the compassion project in La Crosse.

“We actually have a no hit zone. We have been trained on if we’re seeing adverse behavior, how we need to address those behaviors. We really don’t want  anti bullying, we want to talk about what is it that you need to do, are you being nice or are you being mean,” said Sue La Crosse, an employee at the hospital

The hospital is part of the anti-bullying alliance and the compassion project in La Crosse.

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