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THE PRODUCTION FARM SECURES SHEBOYGAN FALLS FACILITY TO SERVE AS HUB FOR BEHAVIORAL AND MENTAL HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN SHEBOYGAN COUNTY
MANITOWOC/SHEBOYGAN, Wis. – The Production Farm (TPF), a non-profit mental and behavioral health service agency that specializes in person-centered, creative programs offered through the lens of trauma-informed care, today announced the purchase of a former church in Sheboygan Falls. The facility joins TPF’s Farm in Whitelaw, in Manitowoc County, as a physical hub for the organization’s non-traditional mental health care services.
“We have been steadily growing our presence in Sheboygan County and the need for services only continues to increase exponentially,” says Wyatt Kuether, President, CEO & Founder of TPF. “Having this space allows us to be much more hands-on, efficient and impactful. We expect to be able to double the number of clients we serve in the near future.”
Located at 621 Broadway, Sheboygan Falls, the 100-year-old building most recently housed the Pentecostals of Sheboygan County. At 17,000 square feet, the facility will house a community food pantry, clothing resources and a hygiene closet with personal care items – starting with items collected during the recent Help for the Homeless Hygiene Drive in partnership with The Family Radio Network.
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