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Leader in Mental Health Education

Mental Health America Lakeshore is an affiliate of the nation's leading community-based nonprofit, MHA, dedicated to addressing the needs of those with mental illness.  Since 1953 our mental health resource agency has promoted mental wellness through education, prevention programming, advocacy, and resource referrals for care and recovery. 

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Join us for our upcoming event with The University of Green Bay on May 18th

Mind the Mind Symposium

Keynote:  Russell Lehmann
What began as an impassioned pursuit of spreading autism and mental health awareness around communities worldwide has grown into a multi-faceted effort to encourage all people to simply be their very bests. Russell has become one of the most sought-after speakers of his generation through his motivational and encouraging presentations. He is relentless in his craft and prioritizes the importance of connection whether in education, relationships, business, and everything in between. His speeches invite audience members to journey along as he illustrates through experience that life is truly what we make of it. Russell takes care to leave each group with thoughtful action items and tangible tools they can bring back into their own communities, schools, and businesses as they push on toward greatness.




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MENTAL HEALTH IN THE NEWS
Upcoming Events
MHA Lakeshore New Office Open House

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31 FROM 4-6PM


SAVE THE DATE! Our new space in Plymouth, WI will allow us to expand our services, host support groups and recovery services, facilitate workshops, and provide a comforting space for our community to seek mental health resources. Join us in celebration and community!

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Lemonade Widows Support Group

1ST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH 6:00-7:30pm


Join to share, listen, ask questions, or simply be with other women who understand your feelings.  Intended to provide a safe environment to share grief without judgment.

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Overdose Loss Support Group

1ST WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH 6-7PM


Join a community of family and friends who have lost a loved one to an overdose. This group provides a place to share your story, connect, develop coping strategies, and remember your loved one.

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Recent Blog Posts
The State of Mental Health in Sheboygan & Manitowoc County

MHA in the News

mha-in-the-news |
anxiety | depression | community | suicide-awareness | suicide-prevention | mental-wellness | mental-health | mental-illness | recovery |

The State of Mental Health in Sheboygan & Manitowoc County

MHA Lakeshore Staff

Top issues impacting mental health are loneliness, relationship issues, and body image based on 2022 screens.

Fallooza 2022: Thank you Plymouth Advancement Association!

MHA in the News

mha-in-the-news |
community | mental-wellness | mental-health | mental-illness | recovery | fundraiser |

Fallooza 2022: Thank you Plymouth Advancement Association!

MHA Lakeshore Staff

Fallooza 2022 September 29-October 1, put on by the Plymouth Advancement Association, was an incredible success raising $75,000! Proceeds went to MHA Lakeshore and two other important organizations - Rogers Behavioral Health and Samaritan's Hand who also support mental health and recovery in Sheboygan County. 

B4Stage4: Changing the Way We Think About Mental Health

Mental Health Matters

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anxiety | depression | elementary-education | suicide | suicide-awareness | suicide-prevention | mental-wellness | mental-health | upper-elementary | high-school | youth-mental-health | youth-suicide-prevention | minority-mental-health | healthy-habits |

B4Stage4: Changing the Way We Think About Mental Health

MHA Lakeshore Staff

When we think about cancer, heart disease, or diabetes, we don’t wait years to treat them. Mental health should be the same. What is the B4Stage4 philosophy and how does it help us to understand mental health and illness within the full spectrum of health?