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Kewaunee County Wisconsin
Mental Health & Crisis Prevention

The Kewaunee County Mental Health & Crisis Prevention Resource Guide is a list complied as a collaborative effort by several individuals invested in the mental health of Kewaunee County citizens.
Mental Health and Suicide Crisis Lines

If you are experiencing any of the following and need further support than you currently have:
  • Suicidal feeling, thoughts or actions
  • Feelings or thoughts that you may harm someone else
Contact Information: 24-hour Crisis Line by calling (920) 255-1645

Are you thinking about suicide, are worried about a friend or loved one, or would like emotional support, there is a Lifeline network available 24/7 across the United States.
Click on the 988 for 24/7 Lifeline resources.
  • 1 in 5 teens and young adults live with a mental health condition. On average, half of mental health conditions are developed by age 14 and three quarters are by the age of 24.
For teens and young adults, this may be a confusing and frightening period in their life. Mental health issues are not your or your families fault. These illnesses are developed from complicated reasons that researchers are only starting to understand. By recognizing you are having a mental health issue and are in need of services is the first step of becoming healthy.


Maternal Mental Health Hotline

There is a 24/7, FREE, confidential hotline for pregnant and new moms.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

  • Feeling depressed most of the day, nearly every day
  • Losing interest in activities you once enjoyed
  • Having low energy
  • Having problems with sleeping
  • Experiencing changes in your appetite or weight
  • Feeling sluggish or agitated
  • Having difficulty concentrating
  • Feeling hopelessness
  • Thoughts of self harm or suicide

Try some of these things for a healthy and happy winter:
  • Open your blinds or sit near windows
  • Go outside-Eat lunch at a park, sit on a bench, or take a walk
  • Get moving-try yoga or walking (this will improve your mood and help relieve stress and anxiety)
  • Spend time with people you like be around
  • Eat healthy meals and snacks
  • Get 7-9 hours of sleep a night
It is normal to have some days when you feel down. But if you feel down for days at a time and can’t get motivated to do activities you normally enjoy, see your doctor. This is especially important if your sleep patterns and appetite have changed, you have turned to alcohol for comfort or relaxation, or you are thinking about suicide.

Learn about the science of heroin addiction and how it affects the brain. Also, find information about the prevalence and dangers of heroin abuse.

Informational Links:
Heroin Addiction
Heroin Addiction Treatment & Rehab

Additional Resources:
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Curriculum
Dual Diagnosis Treatment Guide
Mental Health and Drug Abuse