Sheboygan County Mental Health Crisis Line: 920-459-3151

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    Thank You Mental Health Champions!

    Over $37,000 was raised on World Suicide Prevention Day at There is Hope from participants, donors, and sponsors!

    Please save the date for next year, Saturday September 9th, 2017.

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    Mental Health Matters - MHA News

    Check out our latest eblasts (aka online newsletters) to learn about the latest and greatest happenings at MHA!

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    NEW 2016-2017 Directory of Community Resources

    Thanks to Charles E. Kubly Foundation and United Way of Sheboygan County, both electronic and hardcopy versions of this comprehensive guide are availalbe.

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    Anonymous Online Screenings For Common Disorders

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Mental illness and addiction can affect anyone.
Prevention, early identification, intervention, and integrated services work.  

Treatment and recovery are possible!  


1 in 4

Are affected by mental illness

Every

13.7

minutes, someone dies by suicide in the U.S.

42.5

million adults are affected

Only

1 in 3

individuals with a diagnosable mental illness seek treatment

A United Way affiliated agency