Mental Health America in Sheboygan County (MHA) is a nonprofit mental health resource center that works to promote good mental health through education, increasing access to care, and recovery/support services for mental health. The education program shares information on mental health, illness, and wellness in school, employer, and community-based settings. Areas of expertise and focus include mindfulness and stigma reduction training and support. Information and assistance is another service which provides confidential referrals and consultations around mental health and community services. Individuals, families, and professionals can connect with MHA staff via phone, email, or in-person to inquire about services and support for themselves or a loved one at no cost. Development and distribution of this Directory of Community Resources, found online (www.mhasheboygan.org) along with additional information such as mental health professionals listing and community resources in the community also works to increase access to care. Lastly, MHA provides multiple services in the scope of recovery and support. Open Door, a peer support recovery drop-in center, is a program that serves adults with mental illness through providing a safe place and community of friends supporting wellness and recovery. Two peer-facilitated on-going support grief support groups held monthly through MHA include the Suicide Loss Support Group, for for folks who have lost a loved one to suicide, and Compassionate Parents Support Group, for bereaved parents who have lost a child. li
Located next to St. Lukes Church, across from the GrandStay Hotel on the east side of the street.