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MHA in Sheboygan County Executive Director Julie Preder joins other state leaders to contribute to Northeast Wisconsin's Insight on Business workplace wellness article Workplace can Play a Major Role in Employee Mental Health. READ MORE HERE
Workplace can Play a Major Role in Employee Mental Health
December 31, 2020
In 2019, MHA launched the Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health, a certification program to recognize employers committed to creating mentally healthy workplaces. With Bell Seal certification, organizations are nationally recognized as leaders in workplace mental health. MHA in Sheboygan County was honored to receive the Silver Bell Seal in 2020! LEARN MORE HERE
MHA in Sheboygan County earns Silver Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health
In recognition of National Family Caregivers Month, MHA released a new report, The Strain of Caregiving: How Caregiver Involvement Reduces Distress and Conflict, which explores whether family caregivers feel involved in the care of their loved ones, if involvement has an effect on their levels of distress and conflict in providing care, and the hope they have for their loved one’s recovery. LEARN MORE HERE
Mental Health America Releases Report Exploring the Effect of Caregiver Involvement on Distress and Conflict
November 18, 2020
Mental Health America (MHA) and 11 other national organizations joined together to call on the need for collective action to advance mental health and substance use disorder care in the United States. Their landmark vision statement culminated on World Mental Health Day 2020 and was released in December 2020, demonstrating a strong commitment from leaders in the sector to work together to chart a new course for mental health in our country. LEARN MORE HERE
MHA and 11 other National Organizations Share Unified Vision for Transforming Mental Health and Substance Use Care
December 16, 2020
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5 FROM 6-7PM
Sheboygan County's Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) facilitators utilize an evidence-based, innovative, & practical suicide prevention training to reduce suicidal behaviors and save lives.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27 & THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4
FREE MOVIE SCREENING AND DISCUSSION
Join members of the Department of Veterans Affairs and Veterans' Administration for Q&A after the documentary addressing the national crisis surrounding veteran suicide. You may attend one or both screenings. PROJECT 22 - OCT. 27, ALMOST SUNRISE - NOV. 4
Mental Health Matters
Check out all of the great initiatives, events, and opportunities in Sheboygan County to stop the stigma surrounding mental illness and promote mental wellness this May.
Mental Health Matters
Welcome to our quarterly newsletter featuring our Winter 2021 edition!
MHA in the News
MHA Mental Health Champion awards are given every year to workplaces, partner organizations, and individuals who contribute to fulfilling our vision of creating mentally healthy communities.