SFHH Quick Facts & Stats

Birth Outcomes

  • 90% of participants had a healthy pregnancy outcome
  • 90% of participants carried the baby to term
  • 90% of participants delivered a baby with a healthy birth weight
  • 100% of infants reached their 1st birthday


  • The average length of time from beginning SFHH services to achieving permanence is 9 months.
  • 85% of families working with SFHH were reunified.
  • 100% of families that were reunified while involved with SFHH between 2010-present, remained successfully reunified.


  • 100% of BMCW case managers that worked with SFHH agreed that they would refer another client to SFHH.


  • 100% of clients that completed Wellness Recovery class were able to identify personal triggers that make their symptoms worse.
  • 89% feel that their life is better than before attending SFHH programming.


  • Of 72% of SFHH clients that were hospitalized for psychiatric reasons prior to SFHH involvement, only 12% were re-hospitalized during SFHH involvement.

Contact Us

If you have a question about the SFHH program, please contact the Program Manager using the form below or call (414) 336-7984.

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Strong Families Healthy Homes

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

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

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