Resource Guide - Germantown School District

Resource Guide - Germantown School District

Resource Guide Created By Menonomonee Falls School District AODA Committee along with Community Memorial Hospital 1 First Call for Help The first c...

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Resource Guide Created By Menonomonee Falls School District AODA Committee along with Community Memorial Hospital

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First Call for Help The first call for help is 211; it is an access line for people in need. In Waukesha County Call 211 The First Call for Help Call 211 from a landline or dial (262)547-3388 In Milwaukee County Dial 211 In Washington County Dial 211 Local School Districts School District of Menomonee Falls Main Line: (262) 255-8440 www.sdmf.k12.wi.us Hamilton Sussex School District Main Line: Phone - (262) 246-1973 www.hamilton.k12.wi.us Milwaukee Public Schools: Main Line: 414-475-8393 www.mpsportal.milwaukee.k12.wi.us Germantown School District Main Line: 262-253-3900 Elmbrook School District www.elmbrookschools.org Main Line: (262) 781-3030

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Abuse Domestic Violence Friends of Abused Families West Bend, WI 262-334-7298 www.fafinc.org Washington County 7 days a week, 24 hours Services are provided confidentially and free of charge …emergency shelter, 24 hour crisis intervention line, domestic and sexual violence advocacy and counseling, weekly support groups, legal assistance, medical advocacy, children’s counseling, support groups, and art therapy, teen counseling and support groups, prevention education programs for youth and adult audiences, resource lending library, and a transitional living program. The Women’s Center 505 North East Ave, Waukesha, WI 53186 262-547-4600 (Business) 888-542-3828 (24-Hour Crisis Line) http://www.twcwaukesha.org/ Waukesha County Shelter and Crisis line are 24/7. Other services are Monday – Friday 8:30-5:00. Some support groups run from 6:30-8:00 pm. Services are provided free of charge…emergency shelter for abused families, transitional living, counseling, child abuse prevention programming, legal advocacy and employment counseling. The Center also provides Hispanic outreach, community education programs including school presentations on a variety of topics such as healthy relationships, safe dating, etc., information and referral services, and a 24-hour crisis line. Free onsite childcare is available while people are using services.

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Food Assistance Falls Area Community Services N85 W15382 Menomonee River Parkway, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 262-251-6848 http://fallsfoodpantry.com/ Serves Colgate, Germantown, Lannon, Menomonee Falls, and Richfield Pantry Open Tuesday & Thursdays from 12:30-2:00 and 5:30-7:00 Registration required to utilize the food pantry. To register, bring 2 forms of ID. Hunger Task Force 201 S Hawley Ct., Milwaukee, WI 53214 414-777-0483 http://www.hungertaskforce.org/food-bank/ Serves: Milwaukee County For location of closest emergency food pantry call 211 or 866-211-3380. St. Boniface Food Pantry St. Boniface Parish Center, W204 N11968 Goldendale Rd, Germantown, WI 53022 262-628-2040 http://www.stbonifacewi.org/foodpantry.cfm Serves Germantown, Hubertus, Jackson, Richfield, Colgate Pantry Open 1st & 3rd Monday from 3-8 PM Referrals to the food pantry are made through Washington County Social Services. Sussex Area Outreach Services N63 W23626 Silver Spring Dr, Sussex, WI 53089 262-246-9860 http://sussexareasos.org Serves people living in the Hamilton School District Pantry Open Monday from 5:30-7:00, Wednesday from 1:00-2:30, and Saturday from 10:00-12:00 Registration required to utilize the food pantry. To register, bring proof of residency (bill or lease) and a picture ID. Food Share Wisconsin Wisconsin Department of Health Services 1-800-362-3002 http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/foodshare/index.htm Monday – Friday 8:00-4:30 FoodShare helps people with limited money buy the food they need for good health. To apply call 1-800-362-3002 or apply online at access.wi.gov. An interview will follow the application.

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UW Extension- Nutrition Education Program Milwaukee County: 9501 W. Watertown Plank Rd, Building A, Wauwatosa, WI 53226 414-256-4600 http://milwaukee.uwex.edu/nutrition/ Monday – Friday 8:00-4:30 Washington County: 333 E. Washington St, Suite 1200, West Bend, WI 53095 262-335-4841 http://washington.uwex.edu/nutrition-education/ Monday – Friday 8:00-4:30 Waukesha County: 515 W Moreland Blvd, Administration Center Rm. G22, Waukesha, WI 53188 262-548-7770 http://waukesha.uwex.edu/family-living-and-nutrition-education/nutrition-education/ Monday – Friday 8:00-4:30 Programs are free to limited income families and will teach about choosing a healthful diet, purchasing and preparing healthful foods and safe handling, and becoming more food secure by planning for spending food dollars, planning meals, and using thrifty food shopping practices. WIC (Women Infant & Children) 1-800-722-2295 (Wisconsin number) http://www.fns.usda.gov/wic/ Service Area – After calling the 1-800 number you will be directed to your local agency. Seven days a week, 24 hours a day Provides supplemental foods and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk. Need to set up an appointment to qualify. Eligibility based on household income.

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Dental Waukesha County Community Dental Clinic 262-522-7645 www.wccdentalclinic.org 210 NW Barstow St, Suite 305, Waukesha 53188 Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00AM – 12 NOON and 1:00 – 4:30PM Fridays 8:00AM – 12 NOON and 1:00 – 2:30PM The WCCDC is a non profit six-chair clinic which operates full-time, Monday through Friday providing dental care to low income individuals who live in Waukesha County. The clinic is staffed by both full time and volunteer professionals. Dental care is not free, but fees do not exceed $20 per visit. Families in need are identified by showing income falling below 200% of the U.S. Federal Poverty Guidelines. St. Joseph’s Medical & Dental Clinic 262-544-6777 http://sjmdc.net 826 N. East Ave, Waukesha 53186 Hours: Monday and Thursday 11:00AM – 3:45PM Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 9:00AM – 3:45PM Joseph's Medical and Dental Clinic, Inc. (SJMDC) has been enabling low income and uninsured residents of Waukesha County to obtain free and low-cost medical care, dental services, and medications. Waukesha County Technical College Dental Hygiene Clinic 262-691-5224 www.wctc.edu/student_services 800 Main Street, Service Building #S204, Pewaukee 53072 Hours: Monday – Friday 7:30AM – 4:30PM September – May (Closed June, July, August) The WCTC Dental Hygiene Clinic provides comprehensive dental care to the community in an educational environment. All procedures are completed by student dental hygienists under the strict supervision of a licensed dentist and registered dental hygienist. Marquette University School of Dentistry 414-288-6790 www.mu.edu/dentistry 1801 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee 53223 Dental Services at a reduced cost

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Healthcare (Low Income Medical Services) Community Outreach Health Clinic 262-257-3393 www.communitymemorial.com/outreach_clinic W180N8085 Town Hall Rd, Menomonee Falls WI 53052 (Outpatient Care Center) Hours: Monday 10:00AM – 2:00PM (Appt Only) Tuesday and Thursday 5:00 – 8:00PM The Community Outreach Health Clinic serves those who cannot afford private health care for adults who are residents of Community Memorial Hospital’s service area and those whose income falls below 185% of Federal Poverty Guidelines. St. Joseph’s Medical & Dental Clinic 262-544-6777 http://sjmdc.net 826 N. East Ave, Waukesha 53186 Hours: Monday and Thursday 11:00AM – 3:45PM Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday – 9:00AM – 3:45PM Joseph's Medical and Dental Clinic, Inc. (SJMDC) has been enabling low income and uninsured residents of Waukesha County to obtain free and low-cost medical care, dental services, and medications. Albrecht Free Clinic 262-334-8339 www.albrechtfreeclinic.org 1110 Oak St. Suite 1200, West Bend 53095 Hours: Tuesdays: 8:45a.m. - 10:45a.m. APPOINTMENTS ONLY/EXISTING PATIENTS ONLY 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. EXISTING PATIENTS ONLY - Assistance with med refills, voucher pick-ups, and paperwork 6:00p.m. - 8:00p.m. WALK-IN Wednesdays: 8:45a.m. -11:45a.m. APPOINTMENTS ONLY Thursdays: 12:45p.m.- 2:45p.m. APPOINTMENTS ONLY/EXISTING PATIENTS ONLY 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. EXISTING PATIENTS ONLY - Assistance with med refills, voucher pick-ups, and paperwork 6:00p.m. - 8:00p.m. WALK-IN Generally, the Albrecht Free Clinic will provide patients with health care so long as they are approved under our eligibility guidelines. Eligibility for services require that patients be a Washington County resident and that they are not active members on BadgerCare/Medicaid or any other state-funded health insurance program. Vision Prevent Blindness Wisconsin (414) 765-0505

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759 North Milwaukee Street Suite 305 Milwaukee, WI 53202 http://wisconsin.preventblindness.org

Clothing and Household Goods Goodwill Industries Menomonee Falls 262-253-0018 www.amazinggoodwill.com W178N9315 Water Tower Pl, Menomonee Falls 53052 Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00AM – 9:00PM, Saturday 9:00AM – 8:00PM, Sunday 10:00AM – 7:00PM Cooperating Churches of Sussex 262-246-9860 www.sussexareasos.org N63W23669 Silver Spring Dr, Sussex 53089 Provide food, clothing, referrals and counseling Salvation Army Family Thrift Store & Donation Center 262-253-2285 www.salvationarmyusa.org N89 W16899 Appleton Ave, Menomonee Falls 53052 Our Kids’ Closet 262-844-8554 [email protected] W15415 Mequon Rd, Germantown Hours: 1st Thursday of the month 6:00 – 8:00PM and 1st Saturday of the month 9:00 – 11:00AM Provide at no cost, gently used childrens clothing to families in need within the community, and are located within the Columbia/St. Mary's Clinic in Germantown, Wisconsin. The facility was developed under the sponsorship of Columbia/St. Mary's Clinic & St. Boniface Parish and School.

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Emergency Shelters Hebron House Shelter 262-549-8722 www.hebronhouse.org 812 N. East Ave, Waukesha 53186 Services for families and single women in Waukesha County. Waukesha Salvation Army 262-547-7367 www.usc.salvationarmy.org/waukesha 445 Madison St, Waukesha 53188 Hours: Monday – Friday 5:00 – 9:00PM and Saturday – Sunday 3:00PM – 9:00AM The Emergency Lodge provides emergency shelter to single men experiencing homelessness in Waukesha County. During their participation in the Emergency Lodge program clients are provided with assistance meeting their basic needs and case management services to assist them with addressing their homeless issues. The Women’s Center 262-547-4600 Main 24 Hour Crisis Line – 262-542-3828 www.twcwaukesha.org 505 N. East Ave, Waukesha 53186 The Women's Center includes emergency shelter for abused families, transitional living, counseling, child abuse prevention programming, legal advocacy and employment counseling. The Center also provides Hispanic outreach, community education programs, information and referral services, and a 24-hour crisis line. Friends of Abused Families West Bend, WI 262-334-7298 www.fafinc.org Washington County 24 hour crisis line Services are provided confidentially and free of charge …emergency shelter, 24 hour crisis intervention line, domestic and sexual violence advocacy and counseling, weekly support groups, legal assistance, medical advocacy, children’s counseling, support groups, and art therapy, teen counseling and support groups, prevention education programs for youth and adult audiences, resource lending library, and a transitional living program.

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Education Programs GED/ High School Equivalency Diplomas Waukesha County Technical College GED and HSED Call 262-695-6500 for more information on the GED program. Programs available in Spanish. Moraine Park Technical College For information call 920-924-6393 UW Washington County Community College For information call 262-695-6500 Waukesha County Birth to Three Program Lutheran Social Services 500 Riverview Avenue Waukesha, WI 53188 262.896.6880 FAX 262.896.8367 Identification and Referral, Development of the Individual Family Service Plan, Screening, Service Coordination for the eligible child, Evaluation, Birth To Three Referral Washington County Birth to 3 620 Schoenhaar Drive West Bend, WI 53090 (262) 306-8450 Milwaukee Birth to Three 414-289-6799 Milwaukee Public Library 414-286-3000 www.mpl.org Menomonee Falls Library W156 N8436 Pilgrim Rd. Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 (262) 532-8900 Germantown Library N112W16957 Mequon Road, Germantown, Wisconsin 53022 262-253-7760 www.germantownlibrarywi.org

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University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Programs Educational Opportunity Center 414-229-2917 For 19 years and up. Assistance in GED/HSED, enrollment in college, financial aid application assistance Future leaders 414-229-2843 For 9th-12 graders. Provides academic and social support services to students to help get them into UWM. GEAR UP Program 414-229-2845 For middle and high school students. Provides tutoring, mentoring, financial aid assistance and cultural/ social activities. Technical Colleges Milwaukee Area Technical College 414-297-6282 (Main Line) www.matc.edu Waukesha County Technical College 262-691-5566 http://www.wctc.edu UW Waukesha 262- 521-5200 www.waukesha.uwc.edu UW Washington County 262- 335-5200 www.washington.uwc.edu

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Pregnancy & Childcare Assistance Children’s Hospital Car Seat Clinic 414-607-5280 Free clinic on how to install a car seat LaCausa Early Education and care center Our mission is to provide children, youth and families with quality, comprehensive services to nurture healthy family life and enhance community stability. www.lacausa.org Phone: (414) 647-8750 Head Start Early Childhood Programming Manager at (414) 475-8244 Milwaukee Public Schools Childcare Assistance (Wisconsin Shares Childcare) dwd.wisconsin.gov/dws/programs/childcare/wishares Wisconsin’s Child Care Subsidy program, Wisconsin Shares, helps families pay for child care. If the parent is eligible, child care can be subsidized for children under the age of 13 (up to 19 if special needs). WIC How do I get WIC benefits? Call 262-896-8440 for a certification appointment. Workforce Development Center 892 Main Street, Pewaukee, WI 53072 Phone: 1-888-446-1239 Children’s service society of Wisconsin 620 S 76th St #120 Milwaukee, WI 53214 414- 453-1400 Children's Service Society of Wisconsin, a member of Children's Hospital and Health System, is the state's largest private, not-for-profit provider of child welfare services. Offices are located throughout the state of Wisconsin. Safe Babies Health Families Inc. 434 Madison St. Waukesha WI 53188 Main Number: 262-524-4120 Resource Line: 262-548-4000 www.SafeBabiesHealthyFamilies.org Safe Babies Healthy Families serves isolated, abused and pregnant young women and young, at-risk families who lack financial, health and social supports. Our community is well-served when prevention and early intervention services are provided to a high-risk population, increasing the chances that its members will succeed and become productive in our society. Our shared vision of breaking the cycle of child abuse, 12

neglect and poverty through education, support and resources made the merger an ideal way to provide seamless services to at-risk families and their children.

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Recreation & Well Being Menomonee Falls Community Education and Recreation Menomonee Falls Community Education and Recreation Offers school year and summer programming for children, youth/ teens, adults, older adults and families. They also offer before and after school care. (262) 255-8460 W152 N8645 Margaret Rd. Menomonee Falls WI, 53051 Germantown Park and Recreation Website: http://www.village.germantown.wi.us/parkRec.aspx (262) 250-4710 E-mail: [email protected] Sussex Park and Recreation Sussex Park and recreation offers year round recreational programming for individuals of all ages. Financial assistance scholarships are available for individuals who live in Sussex. Call Amy Flaherty at (262) 246-6447 to learn more about financial assistance. W240N5765 Maple Ave, Sussex WI 53089 (262) 246-6447 Website: http://www.village.sussex.wi.us/ParkRecreation.php Tri-County YMCA- Menomonee Falls The YMCA offers fitness, Childcare, summer programs, aquatics and family programming. Financial assistance is available. There are multiple YMCA locations in Milwaukee and the surrounding area. Call to find the YMCA closest to you. N84 W17501 Menomonee Avenue PO Box 823, Menomonee Falls, 53052 Phone: (262) 255-9622

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Disabilities ADRC (Aging and Disability Resource Center of Waukesha County) 262-548-7848 www.waukeshawcounty.gov/adrc Down Syndrome Association of Wisconsin 414-327-3729 3211 S lake dr. suite 113, St. Francis Wisconsin 53235 Goodwill industries of southeastern Wisconsin 414-353-6400 5300 N. 118th ct. Milwaukee WI 53225 Independence First http://www.independencefirst.org Offering advocacy, independent living skills training, information and referral, peer support and other comprehensive services in the Milwaukee four county metropolitan area 540 South 1st Street Milwaukee, WI 53204-1516 414-291-7520 (V/TTY) Wisconsin First Step Hotline 800-642-7837 Statewide resource and referral hotline for parents of children with special needs from birth through age 21 and service providers; also a central directory for statewide birth to 3 programs. Citizens Advocacy Phone: 262-334-3384 http://www.cawashingtoncounty.org/ Citizen Advocacy is an independent, non-profit organization that creates and supports one-onone relationships between volunteer advocates and people with developmental disabilities. Camps Camp Pow Wow Residential and day camp for all ages and disabilities 262-542-9811 www.waukeshaarch.org Easter Seals of Southeast Wisconsin Adults 16 and older with disabilities 414-482-0133 http://eastersealswise.com Wisconsin Badger Camp Children and adults with developmental disabilities www.badgercamp.org 15

608-348-9689 Lions Camp 715-677- 4969 www.wisconsinlionscamp.com Citizen Advocacy of Washington County 102 S. Main Street, PO BOX 582 West Bend, WI 53095

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Parenting Support Safe Families for Children 1770 West Bradley Road Brookfield, WI 53045 (Mailing) Milwaukee, WI 53217 (414) 405-9318 [email protected] Since 2005, Safe Families for Children has offered sanctuary to thousands of children, minimizing the risk for abuse or neglect and giving parents the time and tools they need to help their families thrive. The ultimate goal is to strengthen and support parents so they can become Safe Families for their own children Family Promise of Washington County 143 N 8th Ave West Bend, WI 53095 (262)353-9304 Provides resources and services to empower homeless families. HOPE Network N55 W17658 Christman Road, Menomonee Falls WI 262-251-7333 HOPE Network for Single Mothers is a volunteer-based grass roots support system. It provides emotional and material support to single mothers and their children in the greater Milwaukee area. Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Milwaukee http://www.bbbsmilwaukee.org 414-258-4778 788 N Jefferson St, Suite 600 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Mentoring organization for boys and girls ages 6-12 Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Washington County 262-334-7896 103 South Main Street West Bend, WI 53095 www.bbbswashco.org/

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Abuse National Sexual Assault Hotline 800-656-4673 At any given moment, more than 1,100 trained volunteers are on duty and available to help victims at RAINN-affiliated crisis centers across the country. Child For suspected Child Abuse call: Waukesha County(262) 548-7212 between the hours of 8:00am and 4:30pm, Monday through Friday (excluding Holidays) After hours call 211/First call for help Milwaukee County- Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare (414) 220-SAFE, (414) 220-7233 Available 24 hours a Day Washington CountyCall (262)335-4888 If there is an immediate crisis call the crisis line at (262) 365-6565 Domestic Violence Women’s Center Waukesha County http://www.twcwaukesha.org If you need shelter, counseling or other Women's Center services, call The Women's Center's 24hour crisis line at 542-3828 262-547-4600 Business The Women's Center provides free and comprehensive services designed to address the issues of domestic violence, sexual assault and abuse. Friends of Abused Families PO Box 117 West Bend, WI 53095 24 hour crisis line: 262-334-7298 Business line 262-334-5598 Hartford crisis line 262-673-7298 Germantown crisis line 262-255-9488

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Friends of Abused Families empowers and provides safety to those affected by domestic and sexual violence through support services and prevention education in Washington County.

Youth Pathfinders Services include a youth shelter, drop in center, programming for survivors of sexual violence (ages 6-17), a program for youth with sexual behavior problems, general mental health services and prevention services. Path Finders: 4200 North Holton Street - Suite 400 Milwaukee, WI 53212 Phone: (414) 964-2565 Youth Shelter: 1614 East Kane Place Milwaukee, WI 53202-1712 Phone: (414) 271-1560 Crossroads Runaway Program Helpline (262) 212-8350 A free program, offered to youth in crisis and their families. National Runaway Switchboard 800-786-2929 The Youth and Family Project Waukesha: 1570 E. Moreland Blvd., Waukesha WI, 53186 Office: 262-547-7752 Helpline: 262-212-8350 Washington: 630 Elm Street, West Bend WI, 53095 They are located in Ozaukee, Washington and Waukesha counties. They provide a variety of counseling, support and educational services aimed at reuniting a family divided by crisis and enriching family relationships. www.youthandfamilyproject.org Suicide Hotline National Hopeline Network 1-800-784-2433

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Workforce Development/Employment Employment - DVR Division of Vocational Rehabilitation 800-442-3477 dwd.wisconsin.gov/dvr

Mental Health Resources Mental Health Association – Waukesha S22 W22660 E. Broadway, Suite 5S, Waukesha, WI 53186

262-547-0769 211/First Call for Help 262-547-3388 http://www.mhawauk.org/ Clinical focus: Mental Health The mission of the Mental Health Association is to promote mental health for all individuals and to work to improve the treatment and acceptance of people with a mental illness through advocacy, education, research, connection to resources, and direct service. Mental Health Association operates three programs that enables us to educate and serve the community including community prevention, mobile crisis, and 211/First Call for Help, 24-hour helpline. Populations served: Waukesha, Dodge, Jefferson, Walworth Counties Waukesha County Mental Health Department of Health and Human Services Human Services Center, 500 Riverview Ave, Waukesha, WI 53188 262-548-7666 24-Hour Crisis Helpline: Call 211 or 262-547-3388 Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm http://www.waukeshacounty.gov/ Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse The Department of Health and Human Services is a County agency providing a wide range of confidential services designed to enhance the physical and emotional functioning of individuals and families in Waukesha County. The Department's varied and diverse services share a philosophical commitment to the dignity of the individual and a belief that individuals and families can with proper assistance, positively respond to the challenges that life's problems and crises present. Services are available to all County residents, regardless of race, creed, color, handicap or economic situation. 20

Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics Waukesha County Washington County Mental Health Human Services Department 333 East Washington Street, Suites 2100 and 3100, West Bend, WI 53095 262-335-4583 24-Hour Crisis Helpline: 262-365-6565 http://www.co.washington.wi.us/ Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Washington County Human Services Department will, with dignity and respect, offer responsive and effective community programs to individuals and families challenged by disability, economic hardship, and safety concerns. Their commitment is to help facilitate self-sufficiency for those we serve and enhance the quality of life in our community. The Department provides wide range of confidential services through four divisions: Access and Outreach, Behavioral Health, Children and Families, and Economic Support. The dedicated staff make every effort to support individuals and families as they achieve self-sufficiency and social well-being. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics Washington County Milwaukee County Mental Health Behavioral Health Division 9455 Watertown Plank Road, Milwaukee, WI 53226 262-257-6995 24-Hour Crisis Helpline: 262-257-7222

http://county.milwaukee.gov/

Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse The Behavioral Health Division of Milwaukee County offers psychiatric crisis services through a 24hour crisis line and admission center. Services include assessment, crisis intervention and medications. The center has the capacity for client observation for up to 48 hours as needed. A mobile team of clinicians can be sent to a site to provide assessments, interventions or referrals. The team is available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to midnight and on Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Additionally, Milwaukee County offers inpatient services to mentally ill adults, children and adolescents who need the support of a hospital environment. The services are provided by a multidisciplinary team of mental health professionals in specialized programs to meet the needs of the individual. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics 21

Milwaukee County James Place 129 W. Broadway, Waukesha, WI 53186 262-544-9472 Mon & Tues 9:00 – 3:00 www.jamesplacewi.org Clinical focus: various James Place is a community resource of Elmbrook Church serving downtown Waukesha and surrounding neighborhoods. They provide help for job seekers, community resource information, and supportive services from a community parish outreach nurse, counseling interns, and budget coaches. All services and programs are for anyone in the community and free of charge. Other classes and groups include: freedom from smoking class, women’s exercise, tutoring for youth, listener’s club for those learning English, computer classes in Spanish, Bible studies for various populations, and Overcomer’s Outreach, a 12-step program for recovery. Populations served: Adults, Women, Adolescents, Children

Mental Health – Hospitals Froedtert Health Community Memorial Hospital W180 N8085 Town Hall Road, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 262-251-1005 http://www.communitymemorial.com/ Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Behavioral Health Services at Community Memorial provide individualized treatment services and clinical coordination designed to help those affected by behavioral health issues, psychiatric disorders or substance abuse. Highly integrated services facilitate rapid stabilization of acute symptoms and enduring recovery. Treatments are offered for acute symptoms associated with anxiety, depression, thought disorders, and substance abuse. Populations served: Adults, Geriatrics Rogers Memorial Hospital Oconomowoc 34700 Valley Road Brown Deer 4600 Schroeder Drive Kenosha 9916 75th Street Milwaukee 11101 W. Lincoln Ave Main Number 800-767-4411 http://rogershospital.org/

262-646-4411 414-355-9000 262-942-4000 414-327-6045

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Clinical focus: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Specialty Programs Rogers is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital nationally recognized for specialty mental health treatment. They offer a broad spectrum of treatment levels for working through the challenges of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, bipolar disorder and other behavioral health care concerns, such as eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorders. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics Aurora Behavioral Health Services 1220 Dewey Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213 (877) 666-7223 http://www.aurorahealthcare.org/ Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Offers complete mental health treatment options, provided by highly trained professionals in a caring, confidential manner to meet individual and family needs. Therapeutic services include: anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, depression, eating disorders, stress disorders, and substance abuse. Levels of care provided are: inpatient, partial hospitalization, residential treatment, and outpatient services. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics

Mental Health – Outpatient Clinics Froedtert Health Medical Group N91 W17271 Appleton Ave, Suite 1, Menomonee Falls, WI 262-502-3300 http://www.froedterthealth.org Clinical focus: Mental Health Provides high quality, behavioral health care in a confidential manner and comfortable environment. Therapeutic expertise includes: individual psychotherapy, marriage and family counseling, stress management, comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, medication management, and more. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics Affiliated Clinical Services West Bend Hartford

400 W. River Drive West Bend 38 Sell Drive Hartford

262-338-2717 262-673-0301 23

http://www.affiliatedclinical.com/ Clinical Focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Affiliated Counseling provides therapy services to those seeking a comprehensive, personalized supportive approach in finding solutions to life’s problems. They offer individual therapy for many mental health conditions and group therapy for substance abuse in adults and adolescents. Populations serviced: Adults, Adolescents, Children Cornerstone Counseling Services Brookfield 16535 W. Bluemound Rd. Suite 200 Oconomowoc 888 Thackeray Trail Suite 105 Waukesha 741 N. Grand Ave. Suite 302 West Bend 279 S. 17th Ave. Suite 10 http://www.cornerstonecounseling.com/

262-789-1191 262-567-3232 262-542-3255 262-306-8994

Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Southeastern Wisconsin’s leading, private, state-certified outpatient clinic addressing both mental health and alcohol/drug abuse needs, Cornerstone offers a complete range of specialized expertise, services, and locations. They provide individualized therapy and teach the skills required to reconnect with yourself and loved ones, regain the quiet confidence that comes from recognizing choices and making conscious decisions, and live your life as the person you envision yourself to be. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children Turcott Medical & Psychiatric Associates 2600 N Mayfair Road, Suite 785, Milwaukee, WI 53226 414-258-5704 http://turcottmedical.com/ Clinical focus: Mental Health Turcott Medical is a private, outpatient clinic providing specialized mental health care for all ages. They offer individual, couple, marital, and family counseling; psychology testing, psychiatric evaluations, and medication management. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children, Geriatrics ARO Behavioral Healthcare Brown Deer Port Washington Waukesha West Bend http://www.arobhc.com/

8200 W. Brown Deer 101 E. Pier Street 2314 N. Grandview Blvd. 1622 Chestnut Street

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Clinical focus: Mental Health and Substance Abuse ARO Behavioral Healthcare has a passion for facilitating recovery for individuals suffering from mental health and substance abuse disorders. They are dedicated to helping their clients, individually reclaim their lives and become fulfilling members of the community. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children

Mental Health – Youth Childynamics 11904 W. North Avenue, Suite 110, Wauwatosa, WI 53226 414-258-4318 http://www.childynamics.com/ Clinical focus: Mental Health Childynamics is a Wisconsin state licensed facility which specializes in mental health services for children and adolescents, ages 4-16 years with behavioral and/or emotional difficulties at home, school, or the community. Services provided are: day treatment, individual and family therapy, psychological evaluations for children and adolescents. Populations served: Adolescents, Children Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Racine and Kenosha County

Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) Froedtert Health Community Recovery Center W180 N8085 Town Hall Road, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 262-257-4770 http://www.communitymemorial.com/ Clinical focus: Substance Abuse The Community Recover Center at Community Memorial provides an intensive outpatient program for people struggling with chemical dependency who do not require extensive inpatient care. Services are designed to help people who may benefit from brief, intensive treatment, starting with an individual assessment and followed by an intensive four-week outpatient group treatment program. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents (assessment only) Addiction Resource Council 25

741 N Grand Ave Center City Plaza, Suite 300 Waukesha, WI 53186 262-524-7921 24-Hour Crisis Helpline 262-524-7920 Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm http://www.arcouncil.net/ Clinical focus: Substance Abuse & other behavioral heath disorders. The Addiction Resource Council, Inc. is committed to serving the residents of Waukesha County by providing education, intervention, assessment, and referral services: as well as leadership; for collaboration among institutions, organizations and community-based agencies. Population served: Waukesha County Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse-Washington County 1625 East Washington Street #300, West Bend WI 53095 262-335-6888 Hartford Office 262-670-1003 http://councilonaoda.org/ Clinical focus: Substance Abuse The Council serves the community by educating individuals and families on responsible and legal choices regarding alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. They provide support and motivation for individuals to build health lives free from abuse and addiction. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents, Children Genesis Behavioral Services 1626 Clarence Court, West Bend, WI 53095 262-338-8611 Comprehensive Women’s Recovery 279 South 17th Avenue Suite 9, West Bend, WI 53095 262 306-4392 Clinical focus: Substance Abuse Genesis offers substance abuse treatment in an outpatient, partial, or day treatment setting. They specialize in individuals with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders, pregnancy/postpartum women, DUI offenders, and clinical justice clients. Populations served: Adults, Women Exodus House 1421 Fond du Lac Avenue, Kewaskum, WI 53040 262-626-4166 http://www.exodus-house.com/ 26

Clinical focus: Substance Abuse Exodus House is a 20 bed, state licensed and state certified Transitional Living Facility in Kewaskum, WI, helping adult males recovering from alcohol and drug dependency.

Populations served: Adult, Male

Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line 1-800-Quit Now http://www.ctri.wisc.edu/quitline.html Clinical focus: Tobacco and Smoking Cessation The Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line offers free, confidential, non-judgmental coaching and information about how to quit. Quit coaches help each caller develop an individualized quit plan, including selecting a quit date. The Quit Line also sends callers a free quit guide with information about quitting methods, medications and other tips. Populations served: Adults, Adolescents

Grief and Bereavement Kyle’s Corner 7106 W. North Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213 414-777-1585 http://www.kyleskorner.org/ Clinical focus: Grief and Bereavement Kyle’s Korner is dedicated to helping grieving children, teens and their families who are coping with the death of a loved one. They provide support groups in an innovative approach to nonpathological grief involving expression through play, art and sharing. The center's design includes specific rooms dedicated to certain play activities: A puppet and doll room for small children to act out their feelings, an art room for creative displays, and an activity room for teenagers to interact and share. Populations served: Adolescent, Children, Families My Good Mourning 4005 W. Oklahoma Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53215 414-719-5385 http://www.mygoodmourningplace.org/ Clinical focus: Grief and Bereavement 27

My Good Mourning Place is a bereavement center especially designed to help children and teens cope with the death of a loved one. Services are volunteer-based and free to the families served. Kids are invited to share their thoughts and memories in a safe, caring and home-like environment, while trained facilitators help them to communicate their feelings and integrate the loss into their lives by leading groups in various projects (art, drama, music, play). Populations served: Adolescents, Children

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Mental Health Care Education Outpatient Therapy Services Outpatient services include office-based individual, group, or family therapy on a weekly (or less frequent) basis. Intensive Outpatient Programs Intensive Outpatient programs (IOP) provide structured, time-limited transitional services to help the patient stabilize and then return to their daily activities and a less intensive level of care. IOP consists of a half day programming 3-4 times per week. Partial Hospitalization Programs Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) provide intensive transitional mental health services to individuals who require a full day of individual structured services 4-5 days per week to prevent inpatient psychiatric hospitalization. Residential Treatment Centers Residential treatment centers provide a 24-hour intensive and structured and treatment program for disorders that have become so habitual or addictive that trying to eliminate them on an outpatient basis can be nearly impossible. While residential centers utilize medical staff, it is not on a 24-hour basis; therefore, residents must be medically stable. Inpatient Services Inpatient treatment is necessary for those who need constant nursing care, those who are severely depressed or suicidal, and those who are unable to break the cycle of their illness in a less restrictive level of care. Because of the short-term nature of inpatient treatment, a major focus is to stabilize symptoms and develop a plan for continued treatment of the illness outside the inpatient program.

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Uninsured/Underinsured Health Care Support Badger Care Plus -Pregnant women -Children (under age 19) -Dependent 18 year old children who attend high school -Children living with relatives Since February 1, 2008, all children in Wisconsin have been able to get the health care they need at a price their families can afford through BadgerCare Plus. BadgerCare Plus allows every Wisconsin family, regardless of income, to have access to affordable, comprehensive health care coverage for their kids. In addition, BadgerCare Plus also offers coverage for more pregnant women, self-employed parents and farmers, and youth aging out of foster care. Low income families can enroll their children into BadgerCare Plus at no charge. Family must cooperate with Child Support in order to be eligible. Co-payments for health care services range from $.50 to $3.00 for families with lower incomes. Families with higher incomes will be required to pay reasonable monthly premiums and co-payments for certain services. Co-payments for health care services range from $5.00 for prescription drugs and $100.00 for a hospital stay. Under both plans, there are no co-payments for well child checkups and other preventive services. It is easy to apply for BadgerCare Plus. Simply go to www.badgercareplus.org and fill out the online application for this program and other health and nutrition programs. The online application is a convenient way for families to access the health and nutrition benefits they need. For more information about BadgerCare Plus call 1-800-362-3002. Medicaid Medical Assistance (T-19) for elderly, blind or disabled individuals including nursing home and family care Potentially eligible income adults: - Persons 65 or older or blind or disabled - Persons residing in institutions or nursing homes - SSI Recipients The Medical Assistance Program pays for medical care for eligible people. Eligibility is based on your family's gross (before taxes) income. There is an asset limit for some Medical Assistance Programs. Eligible recipients receive an EBT card called a Forward Card (like a debit/credit card) which is used to pay for all necessary medical expenses. Some services require co-payment. If you are underinsured and/or don't have health coverage you may be eligible for Medical Assistance. Go to www.access.wi.gov or call 1-888-446-1239 to apply.

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