Outpatient Mental Health Services

What is Outpatient Mental Health?
An Outpatient Mental Health Clinic is a nonresidential program for persons with problems relating to mental illness to improve or remove the disability and restore more effective functioning and to prevent regression from present level of functioning with services including, but not limited to, evaluation, diagnosis, medical services, and psychotherapy. (Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Mental Health, Outpatient Mental Health Clinics (DHS 35): Initial)

Services may include
  • Counseling for children, adults, couples, and families
  • Initial Assessments
  • Medication Management
  • Nurse Case Management
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychiatric Evaluations
  • Psychological Evaluations
Who is eligible?
Services are available to all Juneau County residents. A sliding fee scale may be available to those without insurance coverage.  To access prescribing services, you will need to be enrolled in a DHS program. 

To receive services, complete appropriate pre-intake form. 
Printed pre-intake can be dropped off in-person or mailed to
Juneau County Department of Human Services
Attn: Intake/Records
200 Hickory Street
Mauston, WI 53948

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WI DHS Mental Health: Care and Coverage
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)