*Sheboygan County to Boost Suicide Prevention Efforts to Benefit All*
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Check out Kate Baer, MHA Executive Director, and Tina Videtic, MHA Board Member on TMJ4's The Morning Blend talk show discussing the upcoming There is Hope Walk for Suicide Awareness & Prevention on Saturday September 19th.
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Jacob Philipps, a local Sheboygan artist and mental health champion, recently sat down with MHA’s Executive Director, Kate Baer, to discuss his interest in supporting MHA’s mission in promoting mental health and well-being. Jacob has had his own struggles with mental health and feels a strong connection to what we do for those who are currently struggling. Jacob shared that he found art as a way to cope with his struggles and to help forge the path forward. He hopes that his story will encourage others to reach out and heal in any way they can.
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Check out the latest article printed in The Sheboygan Press on May 28th, 2015!
Check out the latest article printed in The Sheboygan Press on April 13, 2015!
Here at MHA, we consider it our mission to make sure that the public has accurate information regarding good mental health, mental illness, and suicide prevention. Based on the recent news coverage regarding a tragic loss of life to suicide connected to the Tomah VA issues, we thought it best to share some factual information about suicide prevention.
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