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Back to School 2020-2021: K-12 STUDENTS

MHA Staff

December 16th, 2020

Back to School

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. Check our list regularly as resources are updated.

Trainings & Offerings   TRAININGS

    Local mental health experts from Lakeshore Community Health Care, Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, Ozaukee Community Therapies, Sheboygan County Division of Public Health, and Sheboygan County Schools among other community experts, came together at the beginning of the 2020 school year to support students navigate a healthy start to the school year using a collective impact model.

  • PATH: PROVIDING ACCESS TO HEALING SCHOOL BASED THERAPY - Services delivered regardless of ability to pay
    PATH is a United Way of Sheboygan County initiative that helps provides confidential licensed mental health therapy in participating school districts throughout Sheboygan County.

  • PLAY IS HEALING: A MINDFUL RECESS - Free Recorded Videos
    Join us in 2021 for a community initiative promoting wellness and healing from the collective trauma of the pandemic. Above and Beyond Children’s Museum, Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, and the YMCA have partnered to provide playful educational opportunities developed to support our community’s overall health and well-being. "A Mindful Recess' is the first offering with an 8 week series of exercises to boost brain and body health with a calming, focusing, and movement break from virtual schooling. Included in the sessions are mindfulness and fitness movements for calming and focus, balance, and coordination, strength and flexibility, and finished with a gratitude practice while refocusing back on learning.

Resources  RESOURCES

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