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If you have a question about the SFHH program, please contact the Director of Operations using the form below or call (414) 336-7964.






 
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Strong Families Healthy Homes

MHA of Wisconsin will be hosting a
Nurturing Parenting Programs ® Three-Day Facilitator Training & Seminar, April 2-4.

The training will focus on understanding the philosophy of nurturing parenting, assessing high risk parenting beliefs and environments, creating competency based parenting lessons and programs tailored to meet the individual parenting needs of families, and implementing programs at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels of prevention.

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Strong Families Healthy Homes (SFHH) consists of programs and services committed to nurturing and supporting the recovery, strengths and resilience of families when the parent(s) and/or caregiver(s) live with mental illness. These programs are strength-based, family-driven and follow a recovery model of service and a belief that healthy family bonds create natural supports for sustaining wellness

For program eligibility, availability, program fees, to make a referral or to self-refer, please contact Sa' Aire Salton at 414-336-7964 or referrals@mhawisconsin.org.


Download a Referral Form  (Word)   (Download as a PDF)
 


Our Family Wizard: A comprehensive app to solve shared parenting challenges. A tool to keep children at the center of co-parenting.

Vroom: Age appropriate activity ideas and parenting tips for everyday situations to help parents understand and improve healthy brain development for their child at every stage. 

24 Hour Parent Helpline- The Parenting Network (414) 671-0566 

Strong Families Healthy Homes Wish List

View a video about the SFHH program made by United Way >>

Internship Opportunities
 


 

Family Friendly Guide to Services for Milwaukee County Special Needs Children and Youth and their Families

This resource from Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) is designed to increase awareness and access to services for Milwaukee African American children with a disability and their families. The Guide includes information about how to apply for various community programs for Milwaukee children and youth with a disability or special needs. Download PDF >>