If you are in crisis and need immediate help:
Brown County Residents: Please call the Crisis Center: 920-436-8888.
***The Crisis Center serves Ashland, Bayfield, Brown, Door, Florence, Forest, Iron, Oneida, Portage, Price, Sawyer, Sheboygan and Vilas counties in Wisconsin.
Brown County Mental Health Resources
Having answers to the following questions might help your search
Looking for mental health resources? You have choices and there may be resources closer than you think. Here are some tips on where to start your search.
If you have insurance, have you spoken with your insurance company?*
Have you spoken with your primary care provider to start a care plan?
Do you have access to an Employee Assistance Plan (EAP)?**
*If you do not currently have health insurance and need assistance in applying for coverage, you can find local resources by going to www.healthcare.gov.
**An EAP is an employer-sponsored service designed to help employees address personal or family concerns, including mental health or substance abuse. If you are not sure if your employer offers an EAP, contact your Human Resources representative.
You have choices
A listing of counseling services accepting Medicare, medical assistance or that have a sliding fee scale has been compiled by the Crisis Center and is published on the Aging & Disability Resource Center’s (ADRC) website. Additional resources can also be found on the ADRC website.
Haven’t found what you’re looking for?
You can access the full 2-1-1 database online at get211.org to locate resources. You may also contact an Information & Referral Specialist for assistance by dialing 2-1-1 from your landline or cell phone. 2-1-1 is a free and confidential service available 24 hours a day with coverage anywhere in Wisconsin.
In Brown County, the 2-1-1 database is a shared product between the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County, Brown County United Way 2-1-1 and the Crisis Center of Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin. This information is brought to you on behalf of these database partners in conjunction with the Brown County Mental Health Task Force.