The Mental Health and CCS programs of Green County Human Services provide treatment for individuals struggling with life circumstance issues, to matters of severe mental illness. The programs are staffed by licensed social workers and psychiatrists, and are certified by the State of Wisconsin. In addition, the Mental Health Unit and AODA Unit comprise the mobile crisis response service which is also state certified.
Outpatient mental health services are designed to help people address coping skills in their daily lives. The mental health unit provides individual, family and group therapy. Counseling includes, but is not limited to addressing adjustment issues, marital and family issues, crisis intervention, and psychiatric assessment and treatment.
The goal of prevention is to help families and individuals recognize and deal with emotional issues in their lives before those issues become overwhelming. Our programs promote emotional, intellectual, and psychosocial health and awareness.
Comprehensive Community Services (CCS)
Provides a flexible array of individualized community based psycho-social rehabilitation services to consumers with significant mental health and/or substance use issues across their lifespan. The intent of the services and supports is to provide for a maximum reduction of the effects of the individual’s mental and/or substance abuse disorders, to restore consumers to the best possible level of functioning, and to facilitate their recovery.
A variety of testing is available to assist with diagnostic services.
Immediate assistance is available 24 hours a day for emergencies.
Call (608) 328-9383 during weekday office hours or (608) 328-9393 any time during the day or night.
For more information visit: http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/bqaconsumer/AODA_MH/AODAmhDirs.htm