Support groups are a great opportunity to connect with others dealing with similar situations in life sharing stories, perspectives, inspiration, and empathy. Emotional support from peers as well as trained leaders can be a very effective way to help with recovery, support those with mental illness, learn other's perspectives on common human challenges, and develop healthy emotional connection. We often think we are the only ones with our struggles, but coming together with others can remind us that we are not alone.
You can also visit MHA National's support group info page to learn more about the benefits of joining a support group and find national groups according to topic.
Click the questionnaire below to share your interest in MHA Lakeshore sponsored support groups and get more information.
The Suicide Loss Support Group is a peer-led, facilitated support group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide. (Recommend 16 years of age and older.) Join to share, listen, or be among others who understand your feelings and have shared a common tragedy. There are no judgments.
Last Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM
LOCATION: MHA Lakeshore Conference Room 410 S. Milwaukee St., Plymouth, WI 53073
To request more information, please click HERE
If you are grieving the death of your child, we invite you to join us for friendship, understanding, support, and a listening ear.
2nd Monday of the month at 6:00 PM
LOCATION: Mental Health America Lakeshore 410 S. Milwaukee St., Plymouth, WI 53073
To request more information, please click HERE
Providing a safe place to make connections with others who have shared experiences with chronic pain. Peer support can increase hope, give perspective, and provide a sense of belonging. This group is a place to find understanding, acceptance and validation. We show support for each other through: confidentiality, mutuality, compassion, active listening, presence, and respect for all.
2nd Monday of month 6:30PM
Women learning to PACE their life and THRIVE:
Have a flare plan
Invest in Self
Voice your needs
Coordinating Toolbox or Connect
LOCATION: virtually through ZOOM
CLICK HERE to request more information or to sign up and receive ZOOM link.
This group offers support and connection for parents, relatives, and/or friends of persons with mental illness. Led by a peer support parent, this group provides a listening non-judgmental ear as well as resources, support, and understanding.
Last Monday of month 5:30PM-7PM
LOCATION: Mead Public Library - Rocco Room
To request more information please click HERE
Losing a partner is one of the most challenging transitions in a woman’s life. Lemonade is a widow’s support group that provides a safe environment to share grief and discuss struggles we experience after loss. Join to share, listen, ask questions, or be with other women who understand your feelings. You do not have to face it alone. This group is focused on grief, support, and recovery through compassion and encouragement. We need strong emotional connections where we can share openly and honestly. There are many challenges we face as we move through widowhood. It may be inconceivable to imagine a life where you can make “Lemonade” again. If we recognize “Grief as a glass of sour and sweet,” we can help one another heal with hope and rebuild our lives. A widow leads this group with lived experience around grief and loss.
1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 6:00-7:30 pm
Rogers Behavioral Health (main entrance)
1108 Wildwood Ave. Sheboygan
For more info, contact MHA at 920-458-3951 ext. 1001, email@example.com, or click HERE
Join to share, listen, or simply be among others who are also struggling with mental health/illness. This group understands your feelings and provides support through your recovery. There are no judgments.
Second & Fourth Tuesday of the Month
For more info contact MHA 920-458-3951 ext. 1001, firstname.lastname@example.org, or click HERE
Join a community of family and friends who have lost a loved one to an overdose. This group provides a place to share your story, connect, develop coping strategies, and remember your loved one. This group is peer-led and not meant to provide a clinical experience.
Please reach out to MHA Lakeshore at 920-458-3951 ext. 1001 for more information or click HERE. This is a drop-in support group, and RSVP is not required. We hope to see you and connect.
Come, share, and gain support from adults in the foster and kinship care world. This peer-led group is a safe place with a non-judgmental environment to meet others going through similar experiences. We all need a little support once in a while and to know you're not alone.
Please reach out to MHA Lakeshore at 920-458-3951 ext. 1001 for more information or click HERE. This is a drop-in support group, and RSVP is not required. Come meet others on a similar path.
There are additional local community support groups available for differing concerns, topics and circumstances throughout the county. Please search our
Sheboygan County Community Mental Health Directory
for additional assistance.
Are you currently running a support group? Are you interested in leading a peer led support group? Join us for a webinar and live discussion on support group facilitation exploring the various roles of the peer group facilitator. Webinars happen sporadically throughout the year. Please click below for flyer or CONTACT US for more information.