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Mental Health America in Sheboygan County is a nonprofit mental health resource center serving our community since 1963. We promote mental wellness through prevention, education, advocacy, as well as increasing access to care and recovery, support services. Good mental health is fundamental to our overall well-being.

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Upcoming Events
Introduction to Mindfulness


This Introduction to Mindfulness lecture will focus on building a mindfulness practice for your personal and professional life. The topic of social isolation will also be discussed. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

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NEHFD Lakeshore Core Community Class

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 FROM 11:30-11:50AM

Join the Sheboygan Well County Task Force for an all levels outdoor core class to celebrate our county’s strength and resilience on National Employee Health and Fitness Day this year. FREE/Registration required

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Lemonade - Grieving Hearts Widows' Support Group


This support group is intended to provide a safe environment for women to share their grief, there are no judgments. Join to share, listen, ask questions or simply to be amongst others who understand your feelings. BEGINS MONDAY, APRIL 5

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Mental Health Matters Winter 2021 Newsletter

Mental Health Matters

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Mental Health Matters Winter 2021 Newsletter

MHA Staff & Board

Welcome to our quarterly newsletter featuring our Winter 2021 edition!


2020 Mental Health Champion Awards Announced

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2020 Mental Health Champion Awards Announced

Rachael Haas, Director of Wellness & Marketing

MHA Mental Health Champion awards are given every year to workplaces who contribute to creating a mentally healthy workplace for their employees, partner organizations who provide excellent public service to community members experiencing poor mental health, and individuals and volunteers who, through personal commitment, have increased awareness about mental health or reduced stigma in their community.

Back to School 2020-2021: EDUCATORS

Back to School

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Back to School 2020-2021: EDUCATORS

MHA Staff

We know that this is likely one of the most challenging years of your career. There are so many uncertainties and things to consider from both a professional and personal standpoint. Whatever you feel is the right way to feel, please take care of yourself, and know that we are here to support you and your student's mental health. Please click below for updated resources.