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.
Fallooza 2022 raises $75,000 for Mental Health and Recovery in Sheboygan County! The Plymouth Advancement Association hosted its inuagural Fallooza festival featuring 6 bands in 3 days and was a huge success. READ MORE...
PLYMOUTH ADVANCEMENT ASSOCIATION
September 29-October 1
Mental Health America has released their State of Mental Health in America 2023 and ranks Wisconsin #1 according to 15 mental health assessment and prevalence measures. MHA compiles and releases the report yearly to assist in future evaluation, planning, and initiatives throughout the country. LEARN MORE HERE...
State of Mental Health in America 2023
988, the mental health crisis version of 911, will go into effect Saturday, July 16, 2022.
In 2020, Congress came together to institute a similar phone line as 911 specifically for those in a suicidal or mental health crisis. Beginning July 16, 2022 call, text, or chat 988 and you will be directly connected to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline where you can talk to a trained mental health crisis worker whether you or you or someone else are having thoughts of suicide or is in a mental health emergency situation.
CLICK HERE for more information and how you can help spread the word.
July 16, 2022
Stories can lift and support others who are struggling. Watch three special families share their grief journey from losing their loved ones to suicide. Thank you, False Take Films, for capturing their stories with empathy and compassion. Check on one another. If you are struggling, reach out for help. Your story matters. Watch the video HERE
Check out our new podcast "Think on This" with host Keegan Rhynas.
The Think on This podcast is a broad look at the world of mental health in the hopes that through the stories of those who engage in mental health each day, we can provide much-needed clarity to this subject. You can access the podcast with Spotify, YouTube, or Apple.
Fallooza Fall Festival & Country Music - a Benefit for Mental Health and Addiction Recovery is coming September 29th -October 1st. Come out and support mental illness and addiction recovery.
We honored Kyleigh Brunette, Youth Ambassador at the 17th Annual There is HOPE event. Find out more about Kylie's Virtual LemonAID Stand by Clicking Here
LemonAID Saves Lives
In 2019, MHA launched the Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health, a certification program recognizing employers committed to creating mentally healthy workplaces. With Bell Seal certification, organizations are nationally recognized as leaders in workplace mental health. MHA Lakeshore was honored to receive the Silver Bell Seal in 2020! LEARN MORE HERE
MHA Lakeshore earns Silver Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health
In recognition of National Family Caregivers Month, MHA released a new report, The Strain of Caregiving: How Caregiver Involvement Reduces Distress and Conflict, which explores whether family caregivers feel involved in the care of their loved ones, if involvement has an effect on their levels of distress and conflict in providing care, and the hope they have for their loved one’s recovery. LEARN MORE HERE
Mental Health America Releases Report Exploring the Effect of Caregiver Involvement on Distress and Conflict
November 18, 2020
Our youth ambassadors play a very important role in supporting each other and their mental health. We know that when teens struggle, they talk to their peers. You can help to bring awareness and reduce stigma- learn more about mental health and how to support your peers by becoming an MHA Youth Ambassador today.
ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: MHA Lakeshore is looking for young adults to be mental health leaders to join our Youth Ambassador Program. If interested, attend our Virtual Kickoff on October 19th at 5 pm. You can sign up, with your school email, by filling out the Microsoft Form linked here: https://forms.office.com/r/NHk6CmR8s4
Youth Ambassador Program
March 18th, 2023 | 10:30am-12:00pm
Join us for a fun and expressive art activity!
May, 18th 2023; 8:30-3:30 (CST)
The focus of the conference will be the intersection of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and mental health with three session tracks: youth, business/workplace and health and human services professionals. We are looking for great speakers like you or someone you know to present.
Graduating high school seniors entering either college or technical school may apply.
Have you ever found yourself automatically blaming yourself for things that went wrong, even when it had nothing to do with you? Or do you tend to focus only on the negative aspects of a situation, while ignoring the positives? Perhaps you often imagine the worst-case scenario, even when the likelihood of it happening is slim? If any of these sound familiar, you may be experiencing cognitive distortions.
Mental Health Matters
How do you define happiness? Happiness means different things for different people. Learn to understand what contributes to your happiness.
MHA in the News
MHA Lakeshore & UW-GB hosts the first annual Mind the Mind Symposium at the Sheboygan Campus in May.