As an affiliate of the national organization MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA, we are able to share the most up to date information and resources regarding mental health and illness in our country. This connection, in addition to access to the best local resources and therapists in our area as well as strong community partnerships, helps us reach our goal of building and supporting a resilient community that embraces mental wellness.
For my mental health I walk to and from work. It's only a few blocks but it gives me a great way to pause, before and after my work day, to breathe the fresh air and watch the changing seasons.
Former Grant School Counselor, namesake Lisa Biemann Mindful Educator Fund
This workshop came at a very tough time in my life and it was much needed for me. It was a great reminder of how to handle all emotions and to continue to care for myself (and my family) personally and professionally.
Community Wellness 360° Participant
Mental health matters because it impacts all of us - our family, friends, and community. When we all strive to listen more, support one another, do what we can, and be mindful, good things happen.
Sheboygan County Administrator
Any time the board comes together to help with a community event it makes me very happy to a part of the MHA organization.
MHA in Sheboygan County Board of Directors
What gratitude means to me is being healthy and giving. I am thankful for every day of life and giving to all. A few of my favorite things are movies, travel and being with my son Zack.
For my mental health I work out every day. It really helps me feel the best physically, psychologically, and emotionally. For cardio, I mix it up between walking, running, and biking, and I always work in 20 minutes of weights or body weight exercises.
President/CEO KOHLER Co.
For our mental health, we make up mindful breathing techniques to use before tests, when frustrated, or when we need to calm down.
Mrs. Wesener's 3rd Graders at Grant Elementary
MHA Mindful Classroom Initiative participating classroom
After completing the 10 week Mindful School Initiative student series one student commented "When I get mad at my brother I used to punch him. But now I don’t hit him."
3rd Grader at Lincoln-Erdmann Elementary
Mindful Classroom Initiative student participant
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Join us for our 15th Annual walk for suicide prevention and awareness.
Mondays 6-7PM, Wednesdays 12-1PM
Join Registered/Certified Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor Rachael Lewinski for free/donation only yoga classes for mental health at various natural settings throughout the county.
This week's practice is inspired by a brief yet profound article Two Keys for Living Slowly and Connected by Danae Smith of This Wondrous Life. The simplicity of these two pieces truly demonstrates a "Less is More" philosophy that can help us slow down and connect more deeply to ourselves and our lives.
Let's take a moment to practice being mindful of our ways of thinking, habits, emotional responses, and relationships. When we take time to slow down and reflect on the way we react to things in our lives, it can give us better insight into whether we want to continue these habits that may produce unwanted and unhealthy results.
Mental Health Matters
Over the last few months, our world has faced many hardships due to our global pandemic. Each day we learn more about COVID-19 and the impact not only on our physical health but on our mental health. One in five individuals already experience a mental health condition, and with the current state of public health, we are experiencing an increase in anxiety, depression, and suicide ideation...