Mental Health, Wellness and Addiction Resource Guide for Milwaukee County
The guide contains a listing of community mental health and alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) services; support and crisis lines; advocacy services; legal resources; youth and family services; a Spanish-speaking resources section; and more. The guide is a valuable resource for schools, law enforcement agencies, health care providers, community organizations and individuals. This FREE guide is now available.
If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the guide, please contact MHA at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 414.276.3122.
Or, download the guide (PDF, 2 MB) >>
Visit MHA's fact sheet directory where more than 100 PDF files can be downloaded. Topics include depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, stress, suicide and more.
MHA offers brochures on a variety of topics including Mental Illness in the Family, Teen Stress, What Every Child Needs for Good Mental Health, Real Men. Real Depression and many more. Several brochures are available in an easy-to-read format . Selected brochures are available in Spanish.
MHA offers a sample of many of its print materials at no charge. To see a complete listing or to order materials, please fill out a materials order form and submit it to the Mental Health America.
Mental Health News is the primary e-newsletter for Mental Health America of Wisconsin.
Survivors Helping Survivors is a newsletter for families and friends who have lost someone to suicide.
Working With Veterans & Military Families is a newsletter for mental health professionals, health care providers, social workers and others who work with veterans and/or their family members.
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