Where People Come First
Our supportive team includes anyone who may be important to the individual in the community and their overall success.
Here For You
Our programs assist individuals in accessing resources in the community, while aiding the individual in meeting their goal toward recovery.
Weekly Program Groups
We offer weekly program groups that offer exciting activities and provide great overall value to ensure your sucess.
Our vision is to be a welcoming, trauma informed, recovery-oriented, and co-occurring capable program and to provide the highest quality of services to all of our consumers while maintaining a very high degree of satisfaction among them. Our goal is to assist clients by being active collaborators in coordinating with recovery supports and services available to them in the community. Our approach emphasizes respect for the client and efforts to promote independence and self-empowerment.
Our staff is critical in helping patients in recovery achieve their goals. MMHA has very high standards for the entire staff. Case management staff in CSP, TCM, and TCM Recovery are closely monitored and supported by Clinical Coordinators, Assistant Program Director, Program Director and Executive Director. Contact between the clients and case managers is managed daily, with the assistance of a quality control specialist who reviews consumers’ charts to ensure that documentation of contacts are accurate and recorded properly. MMHA sponsors an annual retreat, trainings, and an annual appreciation dinner recognizing the dedication by the staff.
Milwaukee Mental Health Associates, Inc. (MMHA) received its first Purchase of Service Contract from Milwaukee County Mental Health Division in 1995 and started their initial Community Support Program (CSP) with a target of 30 clients. On January 2, 2000, ownership of MMHA was changed from the Conrad Group to Executive Director Arthur Noble and Associate Director Robert E. Johnson. In 2008, MMHA became a non-profit organization where Arthur Noble is Executive Director and Robert E. Johnson became Executive Administrator.