- Prevention: address the social-emotional wellness of our community’s children, build resiliency among tri-county residents, adopt the Zero Suicide framework, screen early and across the lifespan
- Education: create strategic messaging in our community to break stigma and to build community understanding and awareness
- Access: enhance access to mental health services and resources for all in our community by addressing systemic barriers
- Workforce: identify and respond to service gaps; build a culturally competent, evidence-informed, high-quality mental health workforce; support the wellness and resiliency of our healthcare workers
- Advocacy: monitor and influence local, state, and national legislative issues and priorities in support of an improved mental health system for the people of Northeast Wisconsin
There are a variety of other ways to engage in the work, such as becoming a member of the Board of Directors, serving as a co-chair of an initiative, service on a standing committee, participating in work groups – especially those that align closely with your agency work, or volunteering your time for planning special events and activities.