Mendota Mental Health Institute - Additional Services

Additional services at Mendota provide supplemental resources to our patients, staff, and community health care providers.

Mendota provides internship and clinical education experience for students preparing for professional specialties in mental health and related fields. Students from in-state and out-of-state colleges and universities have formal affiliations with Mendota. Represented undergraduate and graduate disciplines include: medicine (psychiatry), clinical psychology, counseling psychology, social work, occupational therapy, therapeutic recreation, nursing, clinical pastoral counseling, health administration, alcohol and drug counseling, law, dietetics, and special education.

MMHI provides psychiatric and case consultation to community mental health boards and other agencies and facilities. Employees provide consultation for the specialized treatment of patients and for the development of services at the local level.

Mendota’s Education Resources Department provides inservice training and continuing education for community agencies and health care providers throughout Wisconsin. Training encompasses many aspects of mental health and related topics. Training is designed to help community agency staff in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of mentally ill patients and clients.

Mendota’s Patient Library is a valued resource for patients and staff.

Mendota staff and affiliates carry out clinically related research programs. Staff at Mendota have published books and articles in the field of mental health. Many staff provide presentations and training related to clinical work at Mendota.

Mendota Mental Health Institute offers a wide range of treatment and clinical services to patients including:

  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology
  • Social Services
  • Nursing
  • Nutritional Consultation
  • Education
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Patient Rights
  • Music Therapy
  • Pre-Vocational Therapy
  • Therapeutic Recreation
  • Chaplaincy



Last Revised: December 10, 2014