In 2014, the Milwaukee County Mental Health Board was created by 2013 Wisconsin Act 203 to oversee the provision of mental health functions and services in Milwaukee County. There is currently an open position on the board, as Robert Curry has resigned. We thank Robert for his service. His resignation leaves open the position on the board for “A representative of the community who is a consumer of mental health services.”
The Milwaukee County Budget is vital to funding essential services for children and adults with disabilities, including mental health needs, and for older adults. The 2021 budget is being crafted during a time of extraordinary fiscal challenges due to the pandemic.
Join us August 11 from 3 – 5 PM for a virtual briefing on the 2021 budget requests to learn about the 2021 budget and how you can get involved. Budget resources and meeting materials will be posted on the Mental Health Task Force website as they become available.
Nominations are requested for the 2020 Karen Avery Award and the Marie C. Perry Award. This is a meaningful way to recognize the important work taking place in our community. Please consider submitting a nomination. Nominations are due by September 11th. The awards will be presented at the Karen Avery Forum on October 13th.
Complete the Nomination Form to submit your nomination.
Please join us for the June meeting of the Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force, Tuesday, July 14th, from 3 – 5:00 PM. We value your participation and partnership. This is a virtual meeting via Zoom.
- Meeting Agenda
- UHS Presentation
- M. Iverson Steering Committee application
- 2020 MMHTF Awards Call for Nominations
Joining the Meeting
A meeting link was sent to everyone on the MHTF Email list. IF you did not receive that email, you can request the link by filling out the information below. If you do not receive a link within a couple minutes, please email email@example.com. Don’t forget to check your spam and/or junk mail.
Please support the Milwaukee Mental Health Task Force annual membership drive. We need your support to sustain our important work – please join or renew your membership. Your membership will support our work as a positive force for systems change, cover a portion of staff costs to coordinate the task force, and ensure our programs are open to all. We welcome organizational members as well as “community supporters” – individuals who want to support the task force. Please return the membership form with your check.
Questions? Contact Barbara Beckert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-773-4646.