Mental Health Services

The Ozaukee County Department of Human Services provides comprehensive programming for adults with mental health issues who lack the resources to obtain services elsewhere in the community. Consumers work with a multidisciplinary team to identify their needs and develop treatment plans that reduce the need for inpatient hospitalization and maintain the least restrictive living environment.

Requirements
Individuals seeking services must:
  • Be residents of Ozaukee County and have a mental health and/or substance use issue that requires treatment or intervention
  • Be uninsured or have Title 19
  • Be unable to obtain services elsewhere
If you are unsure about your insurance statues, please contact us at 262-284-8200 or 262-238-8200. They offer mental health evaluation and treatment, substance abuse services, and medication management services.

Walk-ins are accepted between 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. All new and returning clients are asked to attend one of the orientations before they are scheduled with a therapist. Even if you are only seeking medication management services, you will be required to have an evaluation session with a therapist completed prior to seeing one of our doctors.

Contact Information
For immediate, life-threatening emergency, call 911 to request that police, fire, or ambulance. For Crisis Intervention, hours are between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call the Counseling Center at 262-284-8145 or 262-238-8145.

For after hours and weekend crisis intervention, call the COPE Hotline at 262-377-2673.

Other Services
Case Management Services
The Ozaukee County Department of Human Services also provides case management services for those with persistent mental illness.

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse Program
The Ozaukee County Department of Human Services provides a variety of alcohol and other drug abuse services.

Operating While Intoxicated
The Ozaukee County Department of Human Services provides court ordered assessments to Ozaukee County residents convicted of operating while intoxicated.