428 Wisconsin Ave
Sheboygan, WI 53081

(920) 459-3290






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*Hours
Monday-Thursday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Rental of all or portions of our facility is available seven days a week (limited availability during regular hours of operation, call for more information)
 * We are closed on most nationally recognized  holidays and we are closed for normal daily activities during any elections so that SACS can be used as a polling place.  

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Wellness

Grief Support Group


We all have sad days to some extent, but if you are grieving the loss of a loved one, they can be overwhelming!

Please don’t be alone—come and share strategies for coping and recovery as you start to heal and return to every day life.


WHEN: Tuesdays

TIME: 10:30 AM

COST: FREE

Footcare Clinic: Session One


Toenail clipping and callous and corn reduction

services are offered. Judy Gmach, RN, has earned a Certificate in Footcare from UW-Eau Claire.


DATE: Monday, November 13

          Monday, December 11

TIME: 9:00 AM - 11:45 AM

COST: $21


Please bring a towel and clean socks. Make an

appointment at the Reception Desk.

Blood Pressure Checks


Free blood pressure screenings.


DATE: Thursday, December 14
             Thursday, January 11

TIME: 10:00 AM - 10:45 AM

COST: FREE

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Foot Care Clinic: Session Two


Toenail clipping and callous and corn reduction services are offered by Kelly Collin, RN.


DATE: Starting Sept., Kelly’s footcare clinic will be a roaming date schedule. Please call for more information.
TIME: 9:00 - 11:45 AM

COST: $21


Please bring a towel and clean socks. Make an appointment at the Reception Desk.

Wellness Café

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January Wellness Challenge


Yet another year is upon us.! We welcome 2018 as a new year brings us hope, a fresh and new beginning. We tend to make New Year’s Resolutions, particularly fitness related ones. If history tells us anything, it’s that

most of the time, these promises to ourselves end up broken before the first flower blooms.

This year, my challenge to all of you is to NOT make a New Year’s Resolution! Instead, I would like us all to practice positivity each and every day. Whether at the center or at home, positive vibes can certainly affect how we feel physically, and if we don’t feel physically well, it can be difficult to get that daily physical activity that we all need.

So I challenge you to all take a moment each day, take a deep cleansing breath, and find something to be grateful for, something that has made you smile recently, or even just to find a personal mantra that inspires and motivates you.

We will be practicing this in classes, and we will have a jar for you to deposit your notes of gratitude and positive thoughts. At the end of January, we will draw THREE notes and those people will win one of 3 prizes!

Here’s to a great start to 2018!

Living Well With Chronic Conditions


Developed at Stanford University, this is a high-level evidence-based workshop for people who live with at least one chronic condition or have a loved one with a chronic condition and want to learn more about how to cope.

People who have taken the workshop show better health and a sense of confidence in managing their condition, as well as fewer doctor and emergency room visits and fewer

hospitalizations, and a return to favorite activities one once loved but gave up on.


WHEN: Mondays, January 8-February 12

TIME: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM

COST: $20 for book rental


Class size is limited, so please register by calling or stopping at the front desk.

Dementia Series-Session One of Three


This new series will focus on dementia. January’s session brings us Bridget Boy from Aegis Therapies to discuss things like what is “normal” forgetfulness, if medical treatments could help you to  improve your memory, and the difference between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

                                                                               Sponsored by:         

Please register as space is limited.                


WHEN: Tuesday, January 23

TIME: 12:00 NOON

COST: FREE