Providing Access to Healing (PATH) is a United Way of Sheboygan County Initiative that helps provide confidential licensed mental health therapy in participating school districts throughout Sheboygan County. Partnered with Mental Health America in Sheboygan County and Ozaukee County Community Therapies, this school-based mental health program helps to create increased access to services for youth by removing financial and geographical barriers. Sheboygan County students in the PATH Program have experienced improved academic performance and social functioning and reduce suspensions, detentions, unexcused absences and symptoms.
FOR ADDITIONAL LOCAL YOUTH THERAPISTS OUTSIDE OF THE PATH PROGRAM - Please visit the THERAPIST DIRECTORY and search for specific youth focused topics as well as specify youth ages served.
B4Stage4 Mental Health Matters for Youth
MHA utilizes an evidence-based curriculum developed and used by Growing Minds as well as an expanded curriculum and programming developed by MHA Mindfulness Instructors providing additional tools for teachers. The curriculum lessons fall into four different categories, each relevant to concepts within the classroom including:
If you are interested in a youth mental health topic seminar or our Mindful Classroom Initiative, please click below to visit our School Education & Trainings page. CURRENT VIRTUAL OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE.