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United Way of Sheboygan County collaborates with many community organizations to provide resources for those seeking help. If you are in need of assistance, please take a look at the community resources below.  

2015 Community Health Improvement Plan

2014 Sheboygan County Community Health Survey Report 

2014 Sheboygan County Secondary Data Report

2014 Sheboygan County Key Informant Report

2014 Community Conversation about Mental Health and Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Executive Summary and Report

2014 Mental Health America Community Resource Card

MHA in Sheboygan County Resource Book

In addition to the reports listed above, Mental Health America in Sheboygan County has created a directory of community resources. Many resources available to members within the Sheboygan County community are listed within this resource book, along with additional information regarding the agencies and programs included. The services provided by Mental Health America in Sheboygan county are also readily accessible via this link. 

2-1-1 Support

2-1-1 is the community's connection to all human services provided in the state of Wisconsin. The 2-1-1 program is available to anyone in the state, and can be accessed via their online website or by dialing 2-1-1 or their toll-free number (877) 847-2211. Their services include information giving, referrals, advocacy, emergency preparedness and disaster response, crisis intervention, follow-up assistance, data collection and much more. 2-1-1 has centers located in counties throughout the state, with some locations in Minnesota, and are available everyday, all year long. The 2-1-1 program is a great resource that brings people from all backgrounds together to create a thriving community. Click this link for more information about what 2-1-1 can do for you: http://www.211now.org/