Department of Health Services Logo

 

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Division of Quality Assurance
(608) 266-8481

DQA Web Pages Information

Provider Search

Choosing WI Residential Options

If You Have Complaints about Health/ Residential Care Providers

Directories

Assisted Living Facilities (CBRFs, adult family homes, etc.)

Nursing Homes

Facilities Serving People with Developmental Disabilities

Health Care Facilities (home, health, hospitals, laboratories, etc.)

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse and Mental Health

WI Adult Programs Caregiver Misconduct Registry

Wisconsin Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services - Directories

Below are links to directories for Wisconsin certified mental health and substance abuse treatment programs in PDF and spreadsheet format.  These directories will be updated and re-posted monthly.

These directories contain address, contact and phone information; services provided; county and region locations; regulatory surveyor assignations; and branch office addresses.

Also use the Provider Search application to locate and obtain additional information about specific providers/facilities. 

Please E-mail the Division of Quality Assurance if you need further information or have questions.

 Some notes about using these directories:

  • Use the Search or Find feature to find a name or a word.

  • Many facilities have branches in other locations. Use the Search or Find Feature (type in the community name) to find branches listed under main entries located elsewhere.

  • Provider names are often listed as "First Name - Last Name" rather than "Last Name, First Name."

  • Providers may be listed as "The Provider" rather than "Provider, The."

  • Providers located in states outside of Wisconsin will have the state's name listed in the "County / State" field rather than a county name. Use the County/City directory to find all of a state's listings together.

  • If you cannot find a provider, it may be because the name has changed. E-mail the Division of Quality Assurance for assistance.

PDF: The free Acrobat Reader software is needed to view and print portable document format (PDF) files. Learn more.

Last Updated: July 01, 2014