Mental Health America in Sheboygan County (MHA) is a vital mental health advocacy force within Sheboygan County and the surrounding area. For more than 50 years, we have been promoting mental health and responding to the needs of people with a mental illness and their families. Today, our mission remains to promote mental health and prevent mental disorders through advocacy, education, information and service.
Innovative programs are the benchmark of MHA's success. In order to meet the ever-changing needs of the community, MHA continually evaluates its programs while staying true to its mission.
Click on the right-hand navigation bar to learn about the many services and programs provided by MHA including free confidential referrals to local mental health professionals, educational programs for youth and adults, emergency financial assistance for eligible individuals who cannot afford medications, support groups, and Open Door, a peer support and recovery center for adults with mental illness, to name a few.
Help for Yourself or a Loved One
If you have concerns about a loved one or are experiencing suicidal thoughts yourself, please know you are not alone and help exists. You can call Sheboygan County's Mental Health Mobile Crisis number 24/7 at (920) 459-3151 or 9-1-1. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, is also a resource for you at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
You can always call us at MHA to learn more about the resources that might help you or your loved one at (920) 458-3951, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or take our free, confidential online screening here to learn if you might benefit from seeking professional help.