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Mailing Address

PROMISE Initiative
Attn: Dr. David Buys or Mary Nelson Robertson
945 Stone Blvd.
Box 9805
Mississippi State, MS 39762

Phone numbers
(662) 325 -3060
(662) 207-7267

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Filed Under: Food and Health, Health, The PROMISE Initiative, Farm Stress May 11, 2021

The Mississippi State University Extension Service PROMISE Initiative has two upcoming sessions in a webinar series that addresses farm stress, mental health and social structural issues affecting farmers and ranchers. The webinars will be held May 18 and June 15 at noon CST. They are part of the ongoing “R is for Rural and Resilient” series that began in November 2020.

Two workers walk behind a red tractor in a field.
Filed Under: Agriculture, Farm Safety, The PROMISE Initiative April 15, 2021

Planting season is underway and with it comes the transportation of heavy equipment along Mississippi’s roadways.
Drivers can help support local agricultural producers and their $7.4 billion contribution to the state’s economy by staying alert while sharing the road with planters, tillers and tractor-mounted sprayer

Filed Under: The PROMISE Initiative January 6, 2021

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Researchers from the Mississippi State University Extension Service are looking to collect row-crop farmers’ feedback on stress related to farming.

The focus group sessions are part of the MSU Extension opioid prevention campaign PReventing Opioid Misuse In the SouthEast, or the PROMISE Initiative.

Participation involves answering a series of questions about farming, stress related to farming and the opioid epidemic. If a row-crop farmer agrees to participate in a focus group, the total time commitment will be two hours.

Filed Under: Food and Health, Health, The PROMISE Initiative, Farm Stress October 23, 2020

The Mississippi State University Extension Service PROMISE Initiative will launch a webinar series Nov. 17 about farm stress, mental health and social structural issues affecting farmers and ranchers.

Filed Under: The PROMISE Initiative, Rural Health September 29, 2020

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Protecting providers of the world’s food includes looking out for their mental well-being.

To address this, the Mississippi State University Extension Service has certified over 20 personnel to facilitate a skills-based, online training program: Adult Mental Health First Aid. This curriculum teaches participants how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental health disorders and crises in their communities.

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Extension Associate III

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Portrait of Dr. David Buys
Associate Professor
State Health Specialist
Portrait of Dr. Mary Nelson Robertson
Extension Associate III