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Outpatient Clinic

The Outpatient Clinic provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services for people who encounter mental health problems, stressful life situations, or addiction that cause emotional distress or difficulty coping. The clinic is certified by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. To receive services contact the front desk to make an appointment.

Psychotherapy and Family Counseling

Individual, couple, family, and group therapy are provided for a wide range of issues and problems including: depression, anxiety, parent-child conflict, school adjustment problems, child behavioral issues, sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, domestic violence, relationship issues, adjustment to stressful life situations, and coping with major mental illness.

Psychiatric Services

Licensed psychiatrists provide psychiatric evaluations and psychotropic medication management. Consultation to area professionals is also provided.

Psychological Evaluation and Testing

A licensed psychologist provides evaluation and testing services for diagnostic assessment, court ordered evaluations, and treatment recommendations.

Addiction Counseling

Addiction counseling is a very specialized treatment focused on assisting individuals to stop or minimize the negative effect of addiction on their lives. A certified Clinical Substance Abuse Counselor provides assessment, referral, and treatment services for substance abuse and pathological gambling. Court referral programs include the Intoxicated Drivers Program for OWI offenders and the Choices Program for under age drinking offenders (see the links to the left for these programs).

Choosing a Counselor

Choosing a Counselor

Recovery is a journey of healing and transformation enabling a person coping with mental illness or addiction to live a meaningful life in a community of his or her choice while striving to achieve his or her full potential. There are effective treatments for mental illnesses and addiction.
Recovery is possible for everyone!
For Emergency Services:
Concerns involving suicide, mental health, addiction, and other crisis situations to speak with a crisis professional.
Contact the Richland County Sheriff's Department for concerns involving child abuse or neglect to request the Child & Youth Services On-Call Worker.
Office Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday Evenings by Appointment
Office Location:
221 W. Seminary Street
Richland Center, WI 53581
Phone: 608-647-8821
Fax: 608-647-6611
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