Your mental and emotional well-being is as important as your physical health. In fact, since both your mind and body impact the quality of your life, the two are connected and should be considered parts of a larger picture. Taking care of both can help you lead a healthier life.
However, many individuals struggle with mental and behavioral health concerns, such as depression, anxiety, alcohol and other drug addiction and relationship issues. You don’t have to face these challenges alone. We offer comprehensive mental health services to meet a variety of needs in a welcoming, confidential setting.
Our counselors will help you face your challenges head on. We focus on the whole person. All counseling services are provided in a welcoming, confidential environment at locations throughout the state.
With professional counselors and specialized therapies, we provide services to help anyone suffering from addiction. Our counselors focus on a recovery process leading to a newly improved life. We work in partnership with most Wisconsin counties, the Department of Health Services, and state and federal corrections departments to provide specialized therapies for adult men and women, from inpatient treatment options to outpatient options.
Daytime Resource Centers
Our daytime resource centers throughout Wisconsin serve as a sanctuary for people with mental illness, as well as those who may be homeless or in distress. Our professional staff, peer-support specialists and volunteers provide emotional support, vocational assistance and recreational opportunities to help change lives. Our resource centers provide individuals with safe havens during daytime hours.
Residential & Crisis Support Programs
Our residential and crisis services, available through a county referral, assist individuals experiencing a mental health crisis and those who are in need of stability and the skills to live independently in the community. To address these concerns, we own and operate seven licensed, community-based residential facilities throughout Wisconsin with trained professionals who serve residents and address their specific needs as identified by the county.
School-Based Mental Health
Our school-based mental health programs assist students struggling with mental health concerns, from family crises to depression, by bringing mental health resources to them during the school day. These programs, offered in partnership with our sister organizations, ensure students do not face common hurdles, including scheduling concerns and health insurance costs, that may otherwise prevent them from getting the help they need.
Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Assessments
Our certified AODA counselors provide alcohol and other drug abuse assessments to anyone who needs one. During the assessment, our counselors conduct conversational interviews about your use of alcohol and drugs, as well as other topics. At the end of the assessment, our counselors discuss the findings and recommend appropriate treatment, if applicable.
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