Community Mental Health Services

Mental health services are for people experiencing a condition that disrupts their thoughts, feelings, mood, social skills, and/or daily living.  Community-based programs are at the core of the Wisconsin mental health service delivery philosophy.  Services are presented in a variety of settings and range from education, treatment, and recovery.


If you are in crisis and need help now, please dial 911.


Locate a Treatment Provider
  • Use this directory to contact your county Human Services Department
  • Use this page to locate a treatment provider in your area
  • Use this online search tool provided by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Major Programs and Initiatives
Frequently Requested Resources for Consumers
Frequently Requested Resources for Providers
Wisconsin Council on Mental Health

The Wisconsin Council on Mental Health was created to advise the Governor, the Legislature and the Department of Health Services on the allocation of federal money designated for mental health services.  It has 20 to 25 members appointed by the Governor, meeting bi-monthly. At least 50 percent of the members are consumers and/or family members. Other members represent state agencies, mental health providers, and other organizations or groups.

 

Last Revised: March 3, 2015