Monday - Friday 8:00 - 4:30

Saturday and Sunday - CLOSED

P: 414-873-1960

F: 414-873-4990

3975 N 68th Street

Milwaukee, WI 53216

24 Hour Emergency Services

P: 414-873-1960

Our Amazing Staff

Where People Come First

Our supportive team includes anyone who may be important to the individual in the community and their overall success.

Our Great Services

Here For You

Our programs assist individuals in accessing resources in the community, while aiding the individual in meeting their goal toward recovery.

Activites You Can Enjoy

Weekly Program Groups

We offer weekly program groups that offer exciting activities and provide great overall value  to ensure your sucess.

Our Vision

Inspiring Hope In A Welcoming & Recovery Focused Atmosphere That Promotes Healthy Choices

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 Amazing Staff

MMHA has very high standards for our entire staff to provide excellent service in a compassionate and professional manner. All staff receive annual on-going training, attend conference workshops and licensure requirements for their individual specialties. All of MMHA’s services are monitored by program supervisors with the assistance of a quality control specialist that will review charts to ensure documentation of contacts are accurate and recorded properly. MMHA staff work in the communities of Milwaukee County to assist individuals in developing healthy goals and successful outcomes.

Our History

Milwaukee Mental Health Associates, INC (MMHA), formerly Milwaukee Mental Health Services was founded in 1995 by the Conrad Group. On January 2, 2000, ownership of MMHA was changed from the Conrad Group to Emeritus Executive Director Arthur Noble and Associate Director Robert E. Johnson (retired 2013) and became a non-profit organization in 2008. In 2018, Chantil Harris was appointed Executive Director and Tyson Spears was appointed Program Director. The history of MMHA has proven to reflect our vision of providing a welcoming, trauma informed, recovery-oriented, and co-occurring capable programs.

Inspiring Hope In A Welcoming & Recovery Focused Atmosphere That Promotes Healthy Choices