MHA, a nonprofit mental health resource center,
has been promoting good mental health for all ages in Sheboygan County since 1963!
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You're INVITED to a...
Community Conversation About Mental Health and Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Friday March 21st, 2014
8am-8:30am (Registration) 8:30am-3:30pm (Event)
Blue Harbor Resort, Sheboygan WI
Registration for event required at 920-920-451-5537 or email email@example.com
or online at Aurora.org/Classes
$5/Particpant (Scholarships Available)
An importantCommunity Conversation about Mental HealthandAlcohol & Drug Abuse will be held on Friday March 21st at Blue Harbor in Sheboygan. Mental health problems and alcohol or drug abuse affect nearly every family.
One in four adults at some point in their lives will experience a diagnosable mental health disorder. Mental illness and alcohol and drug abuse do not discriminate against age, race, or economic status and we are all impacted.
As a community, we want to have an openand honest conversation about these issues.
We hope you can help us address priorities and be a part of developing a community action planto help establish and improve the promotion of good mental health, public education and awareness, early identification, treatment services, crisis response, and recovery supports within Sheboygan County.
Questions on the event? Call us at MHA $920-458-3951!
Thank you to all of our donors, walkers, and volunteers who participated in the 8th annual
There is Hope walk for suicide awareness and prevention on August 17th!
Click here to see pictures from the event and see a list of our donors!
Sheboygan County Mental Health Crisis Line: 920-459-3151
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