Donors help build a new home for behavioral health in Sheboygan County

The new Aurora Behavioral Health Center finally has a home in Sheboygan County! The building opened earlier this year and will expand vital behavioral health services to Sheboygan County and the surrounding area. Donors, including ACUITY, supported the Light the Way campaign, a $700,000 effort to help make this new behavioral health and wellness center a reality.

This new facility will house group therapies such as an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for those struggling with substance abuse, a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) for those dealing with anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, etc. and other Aurora Health Care group counseling services in addition to being a resource for community groups.

Here’s why this is so important: One in four individuals in the U.S. will face a behavioral health issue in their lifetime. Aurora Health Care recognized from the 2014 Community Conversation on Mental Health, Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse that the need in Sheboygan County and surrounding area is great. That’s why we launched the Light the Way campaign and we are so grateful to have such incredible community support!


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