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Mental Health Resources

Shine the light on Mental Health & Self Care

Mental Health is something we all have and experience daily. It is a significant part of our overall health and well-being, and it's important to talk to someone if you are struggling.

The team at Grant Regional Health Center wants you to know it is OK to talk about mental health and encourage you to do so. Take a look at some of the resources and upcoming events related to Mental Health below.

Make It OK

“Make It OK” is a campaign to reduce the stigma of mental illnesses. Stigma is a leading barrier to the treatment for those suffering from mental illness. Make It OK is here to help educate community members and get the conversations going. Visit to learn more.

COMET Training

Grant Regional Health Center will be hosting COMET Training during Mental Health Awareness Month on Tuesday, May 16, 2023 at 5:30 PM.

Learn more or sign up

Primary Care

A primary care provider can be one way to reach out for health and guidance on your mental health.

Outpatient Counseling

Our counselors provide treatment for mental health concerns such as anxiety, stress, depression, grief and loss.

Therapeutic Health Services

Self-care is important and is something we all should take the time to do. Enjoy a wide array of services that can be relaxing and therapeutic. This includes massage, Reiki, facials, and more.

HOPE is always available

Northwest Connections Crisis Line: 888-552-6642

Telephone crisis line provides callers with information, support, assessment, intervention and planning.

Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988

In crisis or seeking emotional support? Call or text 988 or chat online at

Wisconsin Hopeline - Text "HOPELINE" to 741741

For immediate emotional support

National Hopeline Network - Call (800) SUICIDE

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