Our message is simple: Good mental health is fundamental to the health and well-being of every person and of the nation as a whole. We want all people to understand how to protect and improve their mental health and know when to seek help for themselves or someone close to them. The Strong Families Healthy Homes Program (SFHH) provides preventative and comprehensive prenatal and infancy home visitation for vulnerable families in our community. Goals of the program are to help address and reduce mental health and stress during pregnancy, strengthen the family by addressing parenting issues, promote positive pregnancy and birth outcomes and prevent child abuse and neglect.
Mental Health America of Wisconsin is dedicated to improving the mental health of all individuals through advocacy, education and service. The Strong Families Healthy Homes Program (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.