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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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MENTAL HEALTH IN THE NEWS
Upcoming Events
Health & Housing Luncheon Premiere

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2021 AT 12 PM CST


Hear from local community leaders Kristin Stearns- CEO from Lakeshore Community Health, Trisha Erpelding- Director of Education and Advocacy from Mental Health America, and Sarah Beckman- Executive Director from Habitat for Humanity Lakeside speak on how decent and affordable housing impacts health. This event is free to attend but advanced registration is required.

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WIRCO Mindfulness Meditation

TUESDAYS 10-11AM


Join MHA Mindfulness Instructors for a free guided mindfulness meditation specifically for those in recovery.

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Grieving Hearts Support Group

EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY 6:30PM


Grief is a response to loss and reflects what we love. It can feel all-encompassing and overwhelming. This support group intends to provide a space for individuals to share their grief in a safe space.

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Back to School 2020-2021: EDUCATORS

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Back to School 2020-2021: EDUCATORS


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.

Back to School 2020-2021: PARENTS

Back to School

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Back to School 2020-2021: PARENTS


Please use this as a place to find support while you guide your student(s) and your family throughout the school year and this new environment. We want to help you feel prepared with resources and activities that will make this year as smooth as possible. Know you are not alone! Click below for updated resources.

Back to School 2020-2021: K-12 STUDENTS

Back to School

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Back to School 2020-2021: K-12 STUDENTS


There are a lot of questions as to what school will look like this year and how things might change along the way. This can make us feel nervous and uneasy. That is why the MHA team, along with numerous trusted organizations, have come together to develop some trainings, tools, and resources, to help you and your caregiver communicate worries & feelings during this difficult year and to help you feel more resilient and confident attending school. Click below for resources.