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Mental Health

Mental Health

We care and we help.


The mission of the Washington Ozaukee County Mental Health Coalition is to raise awareness of mental health and increase access to services that promote mental and behavioral wellbeing for all residents.



A community that is invested in their mental and behavioral wellbeing.


Coalition Information

First Monday of the month (bi-monthly) starting May 1, 2023. Location varies.

Improve the mental health of Ozaukee and Washington County.

1. By 2025, conduct a mental health awareness campaign during Mental Health Awareness Month (May) or Awareness Week (October).

2. By 2025, increase mental health services for youth.

3. By 2025, raise awareness and increase utilization of mental health crisis services by 30%.

Time Commitment: Attend at least 70% of all meetings.

Projects: This work is derived from coalition members breaking off into subgroups to create actionable items from the CHIP report.

Expertise: You are the expert in the field. We want to hear your ideas and how we can work together.

Open-Minded: These are sensitive topics. We all have different thoughts, opinions, and viewpoints. Please be respectful of other members and the people we are serving.

Communication: Open communication is key to a successful coalition.

Chair: Megan Lockwood, WOPHD

Co-Chair: Dr. Michael Weber, NAMI

Albrecht Free Clinic, Aurora Health Care, Casa Guadalupe Educational Center, Elevate, Inc., Family Center of Washington County, Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, Boys and Girls Club of West Bend, United Way of Washington County, Kettle Moraine YMCA, Washington County Human Services, WOPHD, West Bend School District, Port Washington-Saukville School District, United Way of Ozaukee County, NAMI- Washington and Ozaukee County, Ozaukee County Human Services, Sirona Recovery, Mequon-Thiensville School District, Nothern Ozaukee School District, Ozaukee County Human Resources, Impact 211, Catholic Charities, Coastal Waters Counseling Services, Professional Service Group

Stigma/Awareness, Youth Mental Health, Crisis Services

About Us

Providing community assessment, education, and collaborative health interventions for all who live, work and play in our counties.

We advocate and serve by promoting the health and safety of the public.

Office Locations
  • Port Washington Office

    121 Main Street, Room 246
    Port Washington, WI 53074
    Phone: 262-284-8170
    Fax: 262-284-8105
  • West Bend Office

    333 East Washington Street, Ste 1100
    West Bend, WI 53095
    Phone: 262-335-4462
    Fax: 262-335-4463
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