Community Outreach & Education
MHA offers workshops, presentations, consultation services and training for schools; professional organizations; employers; senior centers; church groups; and other community groups. Topics may focus on depression; stress management; self-esteem; suicide prevention; dealing with anger; and recognizing the signs and symptoms of mental illness. Please contact the Community Outreach Coordinator at (414) 336-7972 or send a message using our Contact Form for more information.
Workplace Outreach & Education
MHA provides business-focused presentations on topics related to mental health and the workplace such as stress, depression and work/life balance. All of these issues can cause problems for employers,employees, and their families that include a decrease in productivity,low morale, and an increase in health care costs. Learn more >>
MHA provides trainings and toolkits for school personnel. Training may include topics like red flag behaviors in children or adolescents or recognizing signs and symptoms of suicide. A toolkit is available for suicide prevention initiatives. Learn more >>
Health & Resource Fairs
Are you hosting a health or resource fair? Would you like to provide resources from Mental Health America of Wisconsin at your fair? Please contact the Community Outreach Coordinator at (414) 336-7972 or send a message using our Contact Form.
Looking for a speaker to address mental health issues at your next meeting, program, special event or classroom presentation? Mental Health America's speakers bureau may be able to help. Our volunteer speakers are health professionals with expertise and interest in a variety of areas and can present on a number of topics including understanding mental health and mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety; red flag behaviors in children; late-life depression; suicide prevention; managing stress and more. If you have a topic in mind that you don't see listed, please call us and we will try to accommodate your request.
To arrange for a speaker, contact the Community Outreach Coordinator at (414) 336-7972 or send us a message. Have your date, location, topic and group size in mind. Also, please call at least three to four weeks in advance.