Lutheran Social Services of
Wisconsin and Upper Michigan
Resource and Recovery Centers
A place to call home and find supportive services during the day
LSS has always been committed to healthy communities and improving the lives of those we serve. We offer several Resource and Recovery Centers across Wisconsin. We serve individuals who live with serious and persistent mental health challenges, homelessness and/or significant trauma histories.
Trauma trained staff and volunteers empower individuals to take charge of their recovery and provide a safe place to access resources to address critical basic needs. Our center provide on-site direct Mental Health services, facilitate access to psychiatric services, and provide stability so they can become active members of the community. These trauma-informed, recovery-oriented programs promote wellness, encourage self-direction and foster hope.
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Learn More About Our Resource and Recovery Centers
Friendships Unlimited is a daytime resource center for adults living with mental illness in Waukesha County.
412 E. North Street, Suite A
Positive Avenues, a safe daytime resource center in Eau Claire, offers services to adults experiencing mental health concerns or homelessness.
320 Putnam Street
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Located in Madison, the Off the Square Club daytime resource center welcomes adults with a mental illness, providing a safe and supportive space where individuals are empowered to take charge of their own recovery, develop positive social connections and become an active member of the community.
4 North Hancock Street
Madison, WI 53703
The Spring City Corner Clubhouse is a daytime resource center in Waukesha County that welcomes adults diagnosed with mental illness.
247 Wisconsin Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186