Who We ARE

Organizational Members: 

Mental Health America

of Dubuque County
P.O. Box 283 Dubuque Iowa IA 52004 US


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  • Increase Awareness
  • Advocate
  • Collaborate with other stakeholders
  • Connect those who care
  • Educate
  • Respond to needs

Choosing How You Can Help

We know it can be hard to get involved and take a stand , but we need everyone working together to make a difference. Please contact us if you would like to join our organization!

  • Sue Whitty, President
  • Matt Zanger, Vice-President
  • Bridget Bartlett, Secretary
  • Stephanie Mettille, Treasurer
  • ​Sara Dowell
  • Cindy Hess
  • Jerry Jorgensen
  • Debra Klein
  • Kimberly Nelson

Welcome to our new board members:

  • Jo Nita Grabow 
  • Heather Heins
  • Laura Hoffman
  • ​John Meyer

Mental Health America of Dubuque County

We have been around for 60 years!  MHA was formed in 1957 and has been a steady force in the Dubuque area bringing people together who care about mental health. The needs are always great and there is much to do to advocate for our most vulnerable citizens.

Hillcrest Family Services

Lutheran Services of Iowa (LSI of Dubuque)

Substance Abuse Services Center (SASC of Dubuque)

John Meyer Counseling

May Law Firm

East Central Region
Honkamp Krueger
Medical Associates Psychology and Psychiatry
Johnson and Johnson
Clarke University
Mercy Hospital
Catholic Charities

Opening Doors

JDR Counseling Services

Sunnycrest Manor

Homb Therapy

COMMUNICATION & MARKETING---Sara Dowell, and Bridget Bartlett
FUND RAISING---Cindy Hess, Kim Nelson
EDUCATION---Matt Zanger,  Debbie Klein 
SCHOLARSHIP---Jerry Jorgenson 

MEMBERSHIP---Position Vacant

MHA COMMITTEE Leadership: 

Taking Care of Mental Health Needs

Collaboration between community partners is essential to improve awareness, increase accessibility and create mental health friendly legislation. 


Some of What We DO:

Many things in our daily lives impact our mental health and the mental health of our family members, friends, and neighbors. In response to the on-going needs within our community, MHA coordinates mental health advocacy and education. We continue to work toward improving awareness, accessibility and mental health friendly legislation as we collaborate with our community partners. Type your paragraph here.

Our Organization at a Glance

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