Mental Health America in Sheboygan County, Inc., (MHA) is a nonprofit mental health resource center serving the Sheboygan Community since 1963!

We manage this database and part our mission is to help folks access care!  Our listing just ‘popped up’ as part of your search because you may be using keywords or searching for items that local mental health professionals are not matched with (search words such as residential living, sober living, group home, help, family support, housing, recovery, detox, residential living, recovery coach, peer support etc.).  Please take a moment to check out these valuable online resources below to see if they can be of help.  Each resource has additional detailed information:

Substance Use Treatment And Recovery Options – Step by Step Guide for Sheboygan County  (Alcohol and other drug abuse, substance abuse and drug addiction treatment resources)

Directory of Community Resources (Sheboygan County) (General community resources with categories like disability, employment, housing, legal resources, etc.)

Please don’t hesitate to give us a call or email us with any questions.  We are here to help and many of us on staff have experience ourselves or with close loved ones, with mental illness, trauma, and/or substance use issues.  You are not alone!

MHA Sheboygan:  (920) 458-3951 or

Open Door – a Peer Support Recovery Drop in Center for Adults with Mental Illness,   is a program of MHA Sheboygan, open Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays 9am-5pm.  Join a community of friends supporting wellness and recovery in a laid back, welcoming environment.  Make friends, learn about resources, and/or give back!  Joanna and Tracy, our peer specialists, would love to tell you more about this unique program!  (920) 783-6801 or 


A little bit more about what we do at MHA…


Mental health education & suicide prevention programs in the schools serving children and teens

Mindful-based skills social emotional curriculum training serving children and teachers in local classrooms

Suicide prevention trainings and other mental health & illness education programs for adults

Resource Library with print information, books, and audiovisuals on mental illness and health topics

WISE (Wisconsin’s Initiative for Stigma Elimination) workshops and training for community and health care systems to reduce stigma


Confidential referrals and consultations to mental health professionals & resources

Mental Health Screenings

Directory of Community Resources Catalogue & Quick Reference Resource Card

Substance Use Treatment & Recovery Options Step by Step Guide

๏ Emergency financial assistance for psychotropic medication costs for income eligible individuals & families


Open Door, peer support recovery drop in center for adults with mental illness

Compassionate Parents Support Group for bereaved and grieving parents

Suicide Loss Support Group for those who have lost a loved one to suicide

Health & Hope Support Group for adults with depression  

Address & Contact

Our Address

915 North 7th Street, Sheboygan 53081