Daytime Crisis can be accessed by calling 608-847-2400 and ask to speak to the Crisis Intake worker. During non-business hours, Afterhours Crisis can be accessed by calling 608-847-6161 and ask to speak to the Afterhours Crisis worker.
The Outpatient Clinicians and Psychiatrist provides mental health and alcohol and drug abuse services to individuals of all ages. An initial assessment is held to include a social history and diagnostic interview to determine service needs; Individual, couple, and family therapy; Psychiatric evaluation, medication management, nurse case management and psychological evaluations. To access prescribing services, you will need to be enrolled in a DHS program.
Substance Abuse Counseling provides a variety of Chemical Dependency Counseling Services, including: assessments for adults and adolescents, individual counseling for adults and adolescents, adult outpatient groups, intensive outpatient groups, adult OWI offender groups, relapse prevention groups, adolescent groups (including Underage Drinking Treatment Alternatives), community prevention and educational services including speakers for public organizations and schools, gambling assessment and treatment, and coordination of more intensive alcohol and other drug counseling services as needed on a case by case basis. RehabSpot is a free online resource for those seeking help with addiction.
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) provides community based services for adults or youth with a mental health or substance abuse diagnosis to assist them in reaching goals they have set for themselves. This is a voluntary service for individuals with Medicaid who qualify for services. CCS services include case management, assessment, psychotherapy, individual skill development, psycho-education, employment related skill training and substance abuse treatment.
The Coordinated Services Team (CST) structure joins with families by using community agencies to provide comprehensive services. The team is child-centered, family focused and works together to develop a plan that will support positive change. The plan is based on the family identified strengths and needs. Key community agencies and natural supports are included to assist in forming a voluntary support system for the family. To qualify for these services children must be between the ages of 3-17, residents of Juneau County, children with severe and persistent disability or severe emotional disturbances and must be involved in two systems of care (mental health, school, child protective services, juvenile justice).