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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To learn more about MHA's programs, funding sources, and community impact,
please use the navigation bar on the left-hand side.
News & Updates
Our phone number #920-458-3951 is back up and running! However, please note our
Temporary Fax #920-783-6810.
- 2014 There is Hope walk for suicide awareness and prevention: a huge success! Together with your support, we raised $32,000 AND had 427 registered walkers! Record numbers for both!! Check out the 'There is Hope' tab for updates and pictures (coming soon) from the event, held Saturday August 16th! We couldn't have done it without you all. Together, we are making a difference in suicide prevention and awareness. Together, we can help save lives.
*****Please click here to fill out the 2014 There is Hope event evaluation.*****
- Community Resource Directory (2014 ed.) has arrived! Visit the Community Resources tab or stop in our office to purchase a bound copy for ($10).
- SAVE A LIFE with QPR! Question, Persuade Refer - an evidence-based suicide prevention training open to everyone on Tuesday September 23rd, 6-7:30pm. Check out the 'Upcoming Events' tab on the left to learn how you can register for this free, invaluable training opportunity.
Sheboygan County Mental Health Crisis Line:
(24 hours/day, 7 days a week, mobile crisis counseling)
Scroll down to find our FREE, confidential online - mental health self-assessment screening tool.
Your gift matters!
Click on our 'Donations' tab on the left hand side to learn how you can donate to MHA and how your contribution helps!
Are you looking for more information regarding
a mental health topic or mental illness?
Call MHA's office for a confidential & customized referral and/or information
on community resources, support groups, and local
mental health education and services.