Our Behavioral Health Clinic includes psychiatric care and psychotherapy for clients with insurance. We also work with Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division to provide psychiatric care to clients without insurance. Clients may come into the care of our clinic in one of three ways:
- WITHOUT insurance: clients must first go to the Access Clinic at the Milwaukee County Mental Health Complex at 9455 W Watertown Plank Road. From there, they may be referred to our clinic.
- WITH insurance: clients may come for our walk-in hours on Tuesdays, first-come, first-served beginning at 8:00am.
- WITH insurance: clients may call to make an appointment with our intake worker at 414-727-6320.
The Behavioral Health Clinic is located at 210 W Capitol Drive.
The Community Support Program is a case management program for adults with a severe and persistent mental illness. This program is run by Milwaukee County's Behavioral Health Division, and referrals are made through them. For more information, please call SAIL (Service Access to Independent Living) at 414-257-8095.
FAITH is a transitional housing program for single mothers with at least one child. This program accepts referrals for female-headed households who are homeless and living in a shelter or on the streets. It provides scattered-site apartments for 24 families. Families are able to stay for up to two years. They must pay 30% of their income toward rent. FAITH families receive case management to assist them in the areas of skill building and income, self-determination, and housing. To get more information, please call 414-374-2400.
Family Abodes is a transitional housing program for families. This program accepts referrals for families who are homeless and living in a shelter or on the streets. It provides scattered-site apartments for 36 families. Families are able to stay for up to two years. They must pay 30% of their income toward rent. Family Abodes families receive case management and have access to an in-home psychotherapist to assist them in the areas of skill building and income, self-determination, and housing. To get more information, please call 414-374-2400.
PATH is a program for adults who are homeless and struggling with a mental illness. It consists of both outreach to find eligible people and case management. People in the PATH program receive a variety of services from one-time problem-solving to ongoing case management for up to one year. Case managers assist clients in the areas of housing, income, and mental health stability. To be eligible, a person must be homeless or at risk of homelessness and have at least a suspicion of a mental illness. For more information or to make a referral, call Phil Connely at 414-374-2400 x104.
Our Pediatric Clinic is located at 210 W Capitol Drive. Please call 414-906-5306 for questions or to make an appointment.
Clients may be seen with or without insurance, and will be able to see a Benefits Specialist for benefit acquisition at their first appointment. If the client does not have insurance, he or she may be asked to pay a fee based on a sliding fee scale.
Our Primary Care Clinic is located at 210 W Capitol Drive. It is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm. Walk-ins are welcome, but scheduled appointments are encouraged.
Please call 414-727-6320 for questions or to schedule an appointment.
Clients are welcomed with or without insurance. If a client does not have insurance, he or she will meet with an Enrollment Specialist to determine the fee per visit on a sliding fee scale, and to discuss benefit acquisition.
The Ryan White program is for adults who have a positive diagnosis for HIV or AIDS. The program provides outreach in the community to find appropriate clients and community case management for eligible people. Case management consists of assisting with housing, medical appointments, mental health, and advocacy.
The Ryan White program also provides free HIV testing for adults without insurance. To get more information, call Rachel Goeden at 414-374-2400 x167.
SHARE is a case management program through SAMHSA designed for adults who are chronically homeless and struggle with alcohol or other drug addiction. The program provides community case management and AODA treatment in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Potential individuals will be screened by an intake worker who will determine eligibility for the program. For more information or to refer, please call Pam Molina at 414-374-2400 x133.
SOAR stands for SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access, and Recovery. The program uses a model for completing SSI/SSDI applications for clients whose disability is a mental illness. Clients work intensively with a SOAR worker who completes their application and a medical summary report to give as much information possible to Social Security. Clients who are eligible for SOAR are homeless or at imminent risk of homelessness, struggle with a mental illness, and are unable to do significant work. For more information or to make a referral, call Emily Palmer at 414-374-2400 x173.