Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services 500 Riverview Ave, Waukesha, WI53188 The Waukesha County Department of Health and Human Services is responsible for a variety of services, including mental…More health, mental intake, child support, juveniles, long-term care, public health, aging and disability resource center, veterans' services, nutrition services, and meal programs.
Waukesha County Mental Health Center 1501 Airport Rd, Waukesha, WI53188 Waukesha County Mental Health Center is a medical practice that offers confidential mental health services such as…More treatment for drug and alcohol abuse, depression, anxiety and other related ailments. The center also offers inpatient treatment services at an adult psychiatric hospital, including group counseling, psychiatric evaluations, developmental skills implementation assistance, and other related services. Visit the website for more information.
Family Service of Waukesha 414 W Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, WI53188 Family Service of Waukesha is a non-profit agency that provides families with mental health, cooperative parenting and…More health advisory services, among others. Operating for more than 45 years, the Mental Health Services department offers treatment for anxiety, developmental disorders, drug and alcohol abuse, and a large assortment of other ailments. It takes referrals from schools, courts, attorneys, social service agencies and more. Call or visit the website for more information.
Nami Waukesha 217 Wisconsin Ave, Waukesha, WI53186 Nami Waukesha is a non-profit organization offering mental health services such as family counseling, interactive…More therapy, support groups and other related services and programs. Nami Waukesha offers diagnosis and treatment for schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, anxiety and other related mental health services. Nami Waukesha is staffed with licensed social workers, certified peer specialists and other medical services. Nami Waukesha has been in operation for more than 25 years. Visit Nami Waukesha's official Web site for additional information on the services offered.
IPC Research 2717 N Grandview Blvd, Waukesha, WI53188 IPC Research conducts clinical trials of medications created for psychological and physical disorders and diseases…More that impact memory and mental health such as Alzheimer's and depression. Study volunteers are welcome.
211/First Call for Help is a 24 hour help line, available to residents in Waukesha and other counties who need…More immediate confidential and anonymous help and support. Services offered are crisis intervention, information on human services, emotional support, suicide intervention and more. The help line staff will direct callers to resources provided by social service agencies.
The help line is run by the Waukesha County Mental Health Association and Department of Human & Health Services.
Ayurveda Wellness 2331 Silvernail Rd, Pewaukee, WI53072 Ayurveda Wellness is the health practice of Jamie Durner. She is a wellness educator and specializes in the practice of…More a traditional Indian medicine called Ayurveda. This practice offers treatment of mental and physical issues through the use of individual treatment, as well as community wellness approaches.
La Casa De Esperanza Outpatient Clinic 210 NW Barstow St, Waukesha, WI53188 This clinic works on a sliding fee scale based on household monthly income. Services available include: Alcohol and…More Other Drug Abuse; Mental Health; HIV/AIDS Prevention Education; Support Groups and Other Services for Anxiety and Depression, Anger Management, Victims of Domestic Violence, Parenting, and Domestic Violence Group for Perpetrators. It is bilingual and culturally sensitive, and open to the general public. A $30 deposit is required for all new clients or re-admission.
La Casa de Esperanza started out in 1966 as History Builders. This was a child-care group helping children of…More Spanish-speaking homes make a smoother transition into the English-speaking school district of Waukesha. Now La Casa, the organization has grown and spread into the community as a positive force of growth, development and educational support.
La Casa offers the community five fundamental programs, including a Children, Family and Youth Program, which includes a thriving Early Childhood Education Center; Workforce Development to aid low-income people seeking economic self-sufficiency; La Casa Village I and II, which offers affordable and private apartments to low-income seniors and disabled individuals; the Weatherization Program, which identifies energy waste and provides energy -aving measures and education to low-income residential households; and La Casa Clinica, which specializes in mental health, alcohol and drug treatment programs.
For more information on services or donations, call the main number, where you will be directed to the appropriate department or person.