Do you know a high school student with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) who has worked to overcome obstacles?
Consider nominating them for a $500 scholarship
Each year, OCD Wisconsin awards scholarships to a high school student demonstrating perseverance in achieving their goals while coping with OCD.
- Must be nominated by her/his school counselor
- Application deadline is April 30th of the award year
- Counselors receive notice by May 15th of the award year
- Submit your name, the nominee’s name, school, grade and why you ask for the student to be considered for the scholarship – via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Barry Thomet is known for his advocacy and dedication to individuals with mental health and addiction disorders, through his more than 20 years of service at Rogers Memorial Hospital in Oconomowoc, WI. He has served as marketing liaison for the International OCD Foundation and serves as a founding member of the board of directors for OCD Wisconsin.
“A little known aspect of Barry’s work is that he is a great steward of treatment in general, not just Rogers,” says Paul Mueller, chief executive officer of Rogers Memorial Hospital. “His lightheartedness is complemented by the gentle demeanor he has with those who reach out to him. He knows the difficulty and challenges that individuals with OCD and other mental illnesses face, which makes him one of the best resources for guidance and understanding.”