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Child & Adolescent Resources

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Counseling /
Talk Therapy

Medicaid
Sliding Scale / Reduced Rate
Child & Adolescent Resources
AODA
SUPPORT
GROUPS

Trauma
AT RISK
Private Insurance / Sliding Scale
MEDICAID
Accepts Wide Range of Assistance & Insurance
Private Insurance

406 N. Pickney St, Madison, WI 53703
(608) 255-8837



Eligibility:
All WI based insurance carriers and some out of state accepted
Not eligible with any local HMOs such as GHC.
Sliding Scale fees
All ages eligible
Services:
Adolescent Counseling
Grief & Loss
Anger, Self-Esteem
Mood Disorders
Anxiety & OCD
PTSD
Holistic Treatments (i.e. Energy Healing)
AODA counseling

406 N. Pickney St, Madison, WI 53703
(608) 255-8837


Eligibility:
All WI based insurance carriers and some out of state accepted
Not eligible with any local HMOs such as GHC.
Sliding Scale fees
All ages eligible
Outpatient Services:
Adolescent Counseling
AODA Counseling

600 Williamson Street
Madison, WI 53703-3588
608.255.8582
Email: info@lgbtoutreach.org
Various Social/Support Groups

Email: info@lgbtoutreach.org
All are eligible for groups & other services including Peer Counseling:

5005 University Avenue, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53705
Those who are not already clients should call: (608) 233-2100 if interested in groups.


AODA & Mental Health Groups:
college and adolescent groups
gender specific groups
dual-diagnosis
OWI and opiate specific treatment groups
5005 University Avenue, Suite 100Madison, WI 53705
(608)233-2100


Eligibility:
Most Private Insurance
Unity POS (not HMO)
Physician's Plus POS
Dean
Dean MA (check for openings)
Reduced Rate for those who qualify
Services:
Assessments
Court Evaluations
Outpatient AODA Services (group & individual BASICS)
Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Mental Health Services
Psychiatric Services
Family Services
Service Coordination
Opiate Program
Reduced Rate / Sliding Scale

5005 University Avenue, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53705
(608)233-2100



Eligibility:
Adolescents & Adults
Most Private Insurance
Unity POS (not HMO)
Physician's Plus POS
DeanDean MA (check for openings)
Reduced Rate for those who qualify
Services:
Assessments
Court Evaluations
Outpatient AODA Services (group & individual BASICS)
Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Mental Health Services
Psychiatric Services
Family Services
Service Coordination
Opiate Program
Psychiatry

Dr. Mary Rhoades (Child Psychologist)
6314 Odana Ct.
Madison, WI 53719
(608) 277-0610



Eligibility:
All Children & their families
Sliding Scale
Straight Medical Assistance
Some Private Insurances
Services:
Individual & Family Therapy & Counseling
No psychiatry
6314 Odana Ct. Madison, WI 53719
(608) 277-0610



Eligibility:
All Children & their families
Sliding Scale
Straight Medical Assistance
Some Private Insurances
Services:
Individual & Family Therapy & Counseling
No psychiatry
Home & Community-based services
*provides brief AODA screening in
school and referral for more intensive
assessment if needed
Please call 608-316-1118
Picada -Family Services
NewStart Substance Use Treatment
5005 University Avenue, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53705
(608)233-2100

Eligibility:
Adolescents & Adults
Most Private Insurance
Unity POS (not HMO)
Physician's Plus POS
DeanDean MA (check for openings)
Reduced Rate for those who qualify
Services:
Assessments
Court Evaluations
Outpatient AODA Services (group & individual BASICS)
Individual Therapy
Group Therapy
Mental Health Services
Psychiatric Services
Family Services
Service Coordination
Opiate Program
http://www.fsmad.org/picada.html
810 W. Badger Rd
Madison, WI 53713
Target Population:
Latino/a individuals & families
Tutoring
Dropout Prevention
Gang Prevention

810 W. Badger Rd
Madison, WI 53713
(608) 255-3018
Strengthening Families:
General Support Program/Groups

406 N. Pickney St, Madison, WI 53703
(608) 255-8837
http://www.harmonia-madison.com
Eligibility:
All WI based insurance carriers and some out of state accepted
Not eligible with any local HMOs such as GHC.
Sliding Scale fees
All ages eligible
Services:
Adolescent Counseling
Grief & Loss
Anger, Self-Esteem
Mood Disorders
Anxiety & OCD
PTSD
Holistic Treatments (i.e. Energy Healing)
AODA counseling

(608)262-5925
1202 W. Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53706



Therapists are clinical graduate trainees supervised by licensed clinicians.
Sliding Scale -Fee for clients sent from Access is flat rate of $10 for intake and each therapy session.
Children, adolescents, & adults
Services:
individual
parent-child
couples & family

8025 Excelsior Dr #110
Madison, WI 53717
(608)663-6154
Sliding Scale Fees
Therapy Services:
Marital & Relationship
Parenting issues
Depression and anxiety
Transitions in life

700 Rayovac Dr. Ste. 220
Madison, WI 53711
(608)276-9191
Services include a variety of individual
and family therapy options.
Accepts wide range of private insurance and self-payment options.
Target population:
homeless, runaway, & throwaway teens
Services:
All services FREE of charge!
crisis intervention
counseling
youth groups
transitional living program
street outreach
respite care

1955 Atwood Ave.
Madison, WI 53704
Helpline: (608)251-1126
Target population:
homeless, runaway, & throwaway teens
Services:
All services
FREE
of charge!
crisis intervention
counseling
youth groups
transitional living program
street outreach
respite care

30 S Franklin St
Madison, WI 53703
256-2358 / 1-800-236-4673


Services:
Family, individual, marriage & mental health counseling
AODA tx
Physician's Plus / Unity POS / Dean, Dean MA / Reduced Rate
Eligibility:
kids & adolescents aged 10-17
autism, severe emotional disturbances or developmental disabilities.
Resident of Dane or Rock county
Services:
foster care in a supportive, structured, non-traditional family setting
individualized support to assist in the development of daily living skills.

Psycho-Educational group counseling for kids
in cooperation with several non-profit mental health agencies


Groups offered:
Anger mgmt, peer relations, bullying, grief, family change/adjustment, violence/abuse, social skills, anxiety and depression, AODA in the family, cultural adjustment, race relations

252-1320
128 E. Olin Ave, Ste 100, Madison, WI 53713
Payment:
many HMOs, private insurance & MA
counseling for individuals & family under stress.
The Psychology Clinic, Inc.
310 N. Midvale Blvd., Suite 202
Madison, WI 53705
Phone: 608-238-9991
Accepts most major health insurance plans.
Alternative Payment Options may be available.
Psychotherapy & Psychiatric Evaluations & Med Mgmt Services:
Depression
Anxiety
Effects of trauma & abuse
Marriage & couples therapy
Child & adolescent behavior problems
Sexuality concerns
Stress management training
Work & school problems
Substance abuse
Video game addiction
Grief & loss
Anger management training
Eating disorders
Attention deficit and hyperactivity

424-9100
619 River St.
Belleville, WI 53508
Eligibility:
Straight MA
Child with only Autism Spectrum diagnosis not covered by MA.
Anyone can make referral including family.
Services:
Traditional outpatient MH services
Intensive In-Home Family Counseling
Wrap Around Case Mgmt
AODA assessments

256-5030
900 John Nolen Dr. #100
Madison, WI 53713
Eligibility:
accepts MA
Provides counseling services
Accepts MA, Private Ins,
& Sliding Scale




Services:
Adolescent Group Homes To make a referral:Mary Lloyd at (608) 695-4531 or Teri Davis at (608) 270-2511 ext. 12 or Toll Free at (866) 835-6879 ext. 12.
foster home care
In-home family tx
contact: Stacey Parke (608) 270-2511 ext 15
Referral Form:

255-7356
831 E. Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703


Kids 10 and younger
Services available in Spanish
Referral Info:
http://therainbowproject.net/referrals/
Individual & Family Therapy
and
Groups
for children and families regarding:
stress
trauma
attachment
witness to DV
other enviro/psychosocial stressors and risk factors
Expertise in parent-child relationships & dysfunctional families.
Out of home placement for
Autism, Emotional
Disturbances, & DD
Contact Lynn Gilpin
30 S. Franklin Street
Madison, WI 53703
P: (608) 256-2358
F: (608) 256-2350
Youth Living Alternatives
http://www.catholiccharitiesofmadison.org/ProgramsServices/developmentaldisabilities/youthlivingalternatives.aspx
LGBT
Hispanic youth/
Gang/Drop Out
Prevention
http://micentro.org/our-work/educational-programs/
Centro Hispano
608-255-3018
http://www.foundationscc.com/
The Emergency Services Unit staff provides clinical consultation and oversight to all Dane County Group Homes and Transitional Foster Homes to those with special mental health needs, at risk of institutional placement.
The ESU staff also assists the Group Home staff, Transitional Foster Home staff, and Dane County social work staff in identifying appropriate mental health services for the youth when indicated.

Eligibility Criteria: Youth must be referred by Dane County Human Services.
Emergency Mental Health
Services for Youth & Children
Youth Crisis Stabilization with
Journey Mental Heatlh
Call: (608) 280-2614. After hours call ESU's 24-Hour line at (608) 280-2600
https://www.journeymhc.org/youth-crisis-stabilization.php
Teen Runaways
Briarpatch Inc
http://www.youthsos.org/
For Counseling, Information or Referral
Call the Briarpatch Help-Line: (608) 251-1126
Toll Free: (800) 798-1126
Available 24-hours
Severe Bx Problems-
At risk for instituional
placement
Community Partnerships
http://www.community-partnerships.org/
Community Partnerships is a nonprofit organization serving children with mental health issues to be successful in their homes, schools, and communities.

Community Partnerships currently provides the following programs and services:

Children Come First—An intensive case management program serving children in Dane County with mental health issues who are at risk of institutional placement.

Case Management Services—Intensive case management services and wraparound support for children living outside of Dane County.

The Engagement Project—A collaboration with the Madison School District and Memorial High School, working to successfully engage incoming freshman with an overall goal of increasing graduation rates for at risk youth.

ArtSpeak—A therapeutic expressive arts group for children and families.

Family Advocacy & Support—Parent and family support, including monthly Parent Meeting groups.
1334 Dewey Court
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 250-6634
Fax: (608) 250-6637
http://www.lgbtoutreach.org/?q=node/6
OutReach: LGBT Community Center

600 Williamson Street
Madison, WI 53703-3588
608.255.8582
Need for Intensive
In-home Family Services
Foundations Counseling
Center Inc
Foundations Counseling Center
619 River Street
Belleville, WI 53508
Phone: (608) 424-9100
Fax: (608) 424-9099
Intensive In-Home Counseling
Traditional Outpatient Counseling
Coordinated Services/
Wrap Around Case Management
Crisis Intervention
Bilingual (Spanish) Speaking Staff
Referral Forms
Strengthening Families
Joining Forces for Families
242-6388
Dane Co Dept of Human Services
www.danecountyhumanservices.org/cyf_jff.htm
Voluntary/no-cost services for youth/families including info for:
employment
housing
food
clothing
mental health services
school assistance
Several neighborhood locations.
Contact the JFF office closest to you.
http://danecountyhumanservices.org/Family/JoiningForcesForFamilies/locations.aspx
Community
Resources

The Canopy Center
Parental Support
1457 E. Washington Ave, Ste 102
Madison, WI 53703


Services:
Prevention & tx of child abuse
resources for those affected by incest & abuse
support groups
counseling
teen activities
Parental Stress Line 8am-10pm: 241-2221
Respite Center
244-5700
2120 Fordem Ave
Madison, WI 53704


Services:
24-hr emergency / crisis child care
first time utilizers should anticipate one hr to complete permission forms
Eligibility:
children birth - 14yrs
families in crisis or under stress
Sliding Scale fee, but no one denied because of inabilitiy to pay.
(of Center for Families)
http://www.centerforfamilies.org/Services/respite-center.aspx
http://www.canopycenter.org/Programs.aspx
The Canopy Center
OASIS
Groups for Kids & Teens aged 5-18
victims of sexual abuse
some kids' groups involve play therapy
Groups for non-offending parents/caregivers
http://www.canopycenter.org/Programs.aspx
1457 E. Washington Avenue, Suite 102 Madison, WI 53703
608-241-4888
Families United Network
(thru The Canopy Center)
Parent/Family Groups
self-help model
parent groups
child/teen groups
Targets families in poverty or in the margin
open to all families
child care available for kids under 5 yrs
http://www.canopycenter.org/Programs.aspx
Madison Psychiatric Associates
274-0355
5534 medical Cir
Madison, WI 53719
www.madisonpsychiatricassociates.com
All providers
accept MA
(call to find out if currently accepting new MA pts)
Children & Adolescent psychiatrists
Atit Desai, MD
Jeffrey Smarrella, MD
Journey Mental Health Center
280-2720 (Intake) / 280-2600 (Crisis)
625 W Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703
www.
Accepts
Unity

Accepts
Physician's Plus MA
Psychiatric Services, SC
238-9354
2727 Marshall Ct
Madison, WI 53713

www.psychiatricservicessc.com
Accept
MA and BC+ Core Plan
call to find out if accepting new MA pts
Regent Mental Health Group
238-5826
6515 Watts Red #206
Madison, WI 53719
regentmentalhealth.com
Accepts
MA
(call to find out if accepting new MA pts)
Wisconsin Family Ties
267-6888 or 1-800-422-7145(parents only please)
16 N Carroll St, Ste 230
madison, WI 53703
www.wifamilyties.org
Families with kids and adolescents with emotional, behavioral, and mental disorders
Many Services including:
http://www.wifamilyties.org/wifamilyties.org-treatmsup.html
case mgmt
psych consult
residential tx
support grps
in-home family counseling
tutoring
http://therainbowproject.net
The Rainbow Project
Orion Family Services, Inc
Abused, Neglected, &/or Delinquent Youth
Accepts MA & private ins.
270-2511
6333 Odana Rd
Madison, WI 53719
Outpatient Individual, Parent-Child, & Family Services
Sexual Abuse
Centro Hispano
Latino Families
LGBTQ
OutReach: LGBT Community Center
AODA
Connections
Counseling
Psycho-Educational Groups
FACE - kids
Safe at Home
http://www.fsmad.org/anti_v.html
Eligibility: Families with kids from infants to age 11.
Family Services Madison
128 E. Olin Ave
Madison, WI 53713
For info or to make a referral:
608-316-1169 or email: caseyj@fsmad.org
experiencing significant life stress, conflict or child welfare issues such as abuse or neglect. SAH is an intensive family counseling program designed to work with families in their homes
In-home Family Counseling
Accepts many private and HMO insurance plans, & self-pay options
Alternatives to Aggression
Family Services Madison
128 E. Olin Ave, Madison, WI 53713
For info or to make a referral:
608-252-1320 or email: info@fsmad.org
http://www.fsmad.org/anti_v.html
Outpatient Anti-violence programming targeting:
Children and Families recovering
from living in a violent home
http://nctsn.org/
The Child-Help USA
1-800-422-4453
crisis line assists both child and adult
survivors of abuse, including sexual abuse
. The hotline, staffed by mental health professionals, also provides treatment referrals.
Hotlines
The Rape Crisis Center
Youth Program
Free
Counseling for Adolescent Victims of Sexual Assault Survivors Ages 12-18
2801 coho st. ste. 301
Madison, WI 53713
608-251-5126
http://www.danecountyrcc.org/services/index.php
Rape Crisis Line:
608-252-7273
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Journey MHC
625 W. Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703
Central Intake: 608-280-2710
www.journeymhc.org
Children of all ages
Indivdual, group, & family
counseling available
Accepts most ins., BadgerCare Plus, sliding scale fees
Outpatient Services and Adolescent Program
Assessment and referral services
Adolescent intensive outpatient services
Adult intensive outpatient services
Individual, group, and family counseling for chemical dependency
Chemical awareness program
Physician-managed evaluation and management of addiction
Medication management of alcohol and other drug addition, including office-based opioid treatment with buprenorphine

The Outpatient Services and Adolescent Program facility
1015 Gammon Lane
Madison, WI 53719
(608) 417-8144
http://www.meriter.com/content/?cm_id=263
Community Resource Database: United Way 2-1-1
http://www.referweb.net/uwdc/Search.aspx?;;0;;0
Parental Support
*Caregiver support group
for African American women
caring for children over the age of 8
with developmental disability such as autism,
cognitive disability, cerebral palsy, or developmental delay
*Connects you with a health advisor for a total of 9 1 hour
meetings either in the home or elsewhere
*Meetings focus on nutrition, practical physical exercise,
techniques to reduce stress, and how to better wellbeing
Catholic Charities
"Caring for Myself"
Project Coordinator
Marian Slaughter
(608) 256-2358
Groups in Spanish & English
(through Catholic Charities)
www.catholiccharitiesofmadison.org/programsservices/familyprograms/facekids/aspx
Contact: Celia Huerta
(608)256-2358
Eligibility:
Kids in grades K-12
free of charge
http://connectionscounseling.com/services
http://micentro.org/our-work/social-service-programs/
Connections Counseling
http://connectionscounseling.com/services
Harmonia: Madison Center for Psychotherapy
http://www.harmonia-madison.com
Briarpatch, Inc.
http://www.youthsos.org/programs.jsp?id=41
The Family Center
Psychology Research & Training Clinic
UW Dept of Psychology
http://glial.psych.wisc.edu/index.php/psychgradprospective/psychgradabout/227
Lutheran Social Services
http://www.lsswis.org/services/bhs/children
Connections Counseling
http://connectionscounseling.com/services
Harmonia: Madison Center for Psychotherapy
Teens Like Us
(Youth Services of Southern WI)
1955 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704-5220
Call BriarPatch Helpline:
(608)251-1126
if interested in attending.
FREE
Group for LGBTQ teens and allies to meet others & discuss issues they are all encountering.
http://www.youthsos.org/programs.jsp?id=45
http://www.lgbtoutreach.org/?q=node/3
& Peer Support
CHOICES
(Youth Services of Southern WI)
FREE
Support & Psychoeducational group for Females grades 8-12
Addresses: Relationship problems, sexual concerns, school issues, drugs/alcohol, self-esteem, & body image.
1955 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704-5220
http://www.youthsos.org/programs.jsp?id=44
For Counseling, Information or Referral
Call the Briarpatch Help-Line:
(608) 251-1126 if interested in attending.
Family Services Madison
Services are provided to individuals, children, couples and families who are experiencing a wide range of problems. Common areas of treatment include:

trauma
issues related to physical sexual, or emotional abuse stress
grief and loss
issues related to transition
relationship and/or family problems
depression
anxiety or panic
128 E. Olin Ave. | Madison, WI 53713 608.252.1320
http://www.fsmad.org/couns_psycho_svcs.html
accepts a wide range of private and HMO insurance and provides self-pay options.
1250 Femrite Drive, Madison, WI 53716
(608) 223-3342
MA & Private Insurance
Network Adolescent Day Treatment Program
Eligibility:
male or female adolescents aged 13 to 17
years of age, who are still enrolled in school or, in the summer, are consistently working at least part-part. Program hours are 1 to 4pm, daily.

Groups will focus on alcohol and drugs, school survival, social skills, racism, classism, family communication, using emotion, thinking skills, healing from sexual or physical abuse, and self-esteem.
http://www.tellurian.org/network.html
www.fsrcdane.org
Connections Counseling
http://connectionscounseling.com/services
Well Springs Psychotherapy
5610 Medical Circle, #25
Madison, WI 53719-1295
(608) 274-5888
http://www.wellspringpsychotherapy.com/
Accepts Medicaid (incl. BadgerCare, Forward Health, & Straight Title 19) , Medicare, Private insurance also accepted:

APS Aetna The Alliance American Behavioral Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Ceridian/LifeWorks Choice Care Cigna Compsych/Guidance Resources Corphealth Deer Oaks FEI Behavioral Health Fiserv FOCUS/Emergis FOCUS/Integrated Health Plan ForwardHealth/Medicaid Health EOS Humana MH Net Magellan Matrix Medicare Preferred Health Alliance, Inc Tricare Value Options United Health Care VMC WEA Trust WPS Wellpoint (Among Others)

provides individual, relationship, family and marital counseling
Accepts Wide Range of Insurance &
Sliding Scale:
Family Services Madison
www.fsmad.org
Foundations Counseling Center
www.foundationscc.com
Lake Monona
Psychotherapy
Catholic Charities
www.catholiccharitiesofmadison.org
Wellspring typically does
NOT have a waiting list
for services. Appointments are prompt, and can often be made within one week of initial contact.

They are able to see
children and adults.
They also have a
bilingual provider (Spanish).
Harmonia Madison Center
for Psychotherapy
http://www.harmonia-madison.com
Lutheran Social Services
Dr. Mary Rhoades (Child Psychologist)
http://www.lsswis.org/services/BHS/children
Family Therapy Center
of Madison
http://ftcm.org/
The Psychology Clinic, Inc.
http://www.thepsychologyclinicinc.com/howwecanhelp.html
128 E. Olin Ave. | Madison, WI 53713
http://www.orionfamilyservices.org/default.asp

24 hour hotline
222-8989


6400 Monona Dr. Ste. H
Monona, WI 53716
Information and referral for alcoholics and the recovering alcoholic. AA meeting information
Alcoholics
Anonymous

800-344-2666
Support groups for those with a family member coping with alcohol abuse.
Al-Anon / Alateen Family Groups
www.area61afg.org
www.aamadisonwi.org
Children's Service Society of Wisconsin
1716 Fordem Ave.
Madison, WI 53704
(608) 221-3511
http://www.chw.org/display/PPF/DocID/44964/Nav/1/router.asp
Individual and family counseling is available for children and adolescents who need help with:


Physical or sexual abuse, neglect or other trauma.
•Depression and anxiety.
•Low self-esteem.
•Problems due to divorce, separation, remarriage or the death of a loved one.
•Parent-child conflicts.
•Pre- and post-adoption transition.
•Anger management issues.
•Academic or behavioral problems.

Services offered:
•Child and family therapy.
•Medication management (only for childen seeing a therapist at CSSW).
•Play therapy.
Sliding Scale Fee Chart:
Children's Services Society
of Wisconsin
http://www.chw.org/display/PPF/DocID/44964/Nav/1/router.asp
Individual and family counseling is available for children and adolescents who need help with:
•Physical or sexual abuse, neglect or other trauma.
•Depression and anxiety.
•Low self-esteem.
•Problems due to divorce, separation, remarriage or the death of a loved one.
•Parent-child conflicts.
•Pre- and post-adoption transition.
•Anger management issues.
•Academic or behavioral problems.

Services offered:
•Child and family therapy.
•Medication management (only for childen seeing a therapist at CSSW).
•Play therapy.
Sliding Fee Scale Chart:
1716 Fordem Ave.
Madison, WI 53704
(608) 221-3511
Full range of mental health services including:
assessments, counseling and psychological evaluations and testing
. In addition, we complete court-ordered assessments, and we offer
outpatient substance abuse
and
problem gambling
services.
Uplands Counseling
Children and adolescents suffering from:
Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
anxiety
mood or behavioral concerns
trauma
divorce and other issues of childhood and adolescence.
Families:
develop limits and boundaries for teens,
adjust to blended families
cope with transitions due to death, divorce or loss of family income.
Accepts:

We offer a discount to those who pay at the time of service and are also happy to discuss a sliding scale with those who have financial limitations.

Unity Health Care
Both our Madison and Dodgeville clinics are preferred providesr for Unity Health Care. You must obtain a prior authorization before scheduling an appointment. To obtain an authorization call: 608-282-8960 or 800-683-2300.

Physicians Plus HMO
Most of our Madison and Dodgeville clinicians are preferred providers for Physicians Plus HMO. You must obtain a prior authorization before scheduling an appointment. To obtain an authorization call: 608-282-8960 or
800-683-2300.

Dean Care
Our Dodgeville clinic is a preferred provider for Dean Care. Dean Care no longer requires a pre-authorization in Dodgeville.

Private Insurance
We accept most private insurance plans, including Blue Cross–Blue Shield, HealthEOS, WEA Trust, Humana, WPS, The Alliance, and others.

Many insurance providers require that you obtain an authorization for service prior to scheduling an appointment. Be sure to contact your insurer before you call us (use the telephone number for member services on the back of your insurance card).

Employee Assistance Programs
We are also contracted providers for a variety of employee assistance programs in southern Wisconsin. You may call us or speak to the EAP coordinator in your office to learn whether your program contracts with us.
9 Odana Court, Suite 203
Madison, WI 53719
Phone 608-274-5181
Serenity Family Therapy and Consultation Services
Adolescent & Children issues:
Problems with managing strong feelings or emotions, including dissociation or excessive tantrums that do not respond to common behavior management strategies
Cognitive problems, particularly language & attention difficulties
Behavior problems: defiance, hitting, biting, kicking
Bullying
Fighting
Cutting or other self harming behaviors
Destruction of property
Harming animals
Eating and elimination problems
Over activity, difficulties with waiting and listening or successfully managing transitions
Truancy
Non-compliance with authority
Individual & Family Counseling for:
4222 Milwaukee St. Suite 14
Madison WI 53714
(608) 345-1325
Payment:
private insurance plans
BadgerCare Plus
Sliding Scale fee
not on any HMO panels
in Dane County, however, until that changes, if you have Forward Health (BadgerCare Plus) and your insurance is paired with an HMO like Dean, Unity, GHC, or Physicians Plus, you can request an exemption to be seen by Serenity Family Therapy and Consultation Services
http://www.uplandscounseling.com/specialties.php
http://serenityfamilycounseling.com/services.html
Adults & Families affected by:
Addition of a new family member
Loss of a family member
Change in financial status
Loss of a job
Moving to a new community Chronic illness
Alcohol or drug use
Inability to communicate effectively
Infidelity
Emotional or physical abuse
Traumatic life events
Separation/divorce
smartphrase: BHCCRADOLESCENTAODA
smartphrase: BHCCRTEENAODASUPPORT
smartphrase: BHCCRLGBTSUPPORTTEENS
Alianza Latina*teens, adults, & parents*608-441-6991
Latino LGBT Support Group
smartphrase: BHCCRCHILDPSYCHIATRYMEDICAID
smartphrase: BHCCRCHILDTHERAPYRESOURCES
smartphrase: BHCCRPARENTSUPPORT
smartphrase: BHCCRCHILDTHERAPYRESOURCES
smartphrase: BHCCRLATINOFAMILYSUPPORT
smartphrase: BHCCRKIDSUPPORT
Bridge Lake Point Waunona Neighborhood Center
1917 Lake Point Dr. , Madison , WI 53713
Thursday evening 6-9pm

http://www.journeymhc.org/services/family-youth
PLUS:
People Like Us
PLUS:
People Like Us
African American Group
focuses on struggles specific to African-American queer youth
use culture, media, hirstories, share stories, view and create art to create a dialogue and narrative around their struggles.
http://www.aboutfreedominc.com/
Contact Monica Adams for more info:
adams4730@gmail.com
Southeast Asian Group
They aim to challenge cultural and social norms that deprive queer Southeast Asians conditions of equality and justice. Through the emphasis of learning, sharing and embracing the self, family, culture and community PLUS SEA empowers queer Southeast Asians and allies to create positive social change.
http://www.aboutfreedominc.com/
Contact Meng Vang for more info:
meejvaj23@gmail.com
(608) 661-4089
Freedom, Inc. (PLUS groups)
Culturally Specific Groups
Divorce
North Star Adolescent Day
Treatment Program
MA
Unity
PPlus
Dean
Community Partnerships
608-270-1960
provide troubled adolescents with difficult times with evidence based therapy
Include Family Work
700 Rayovac Dr. Suite #10
Madison, WI
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B0q0GNwRG3xndmRmUGJwX1FpZzA
meeting link below
Heather Hurd, PhD
Child, Adolescent, Family, Adult Services
700 Rayovac Drive, Suite 103
Madison, WI 53711
608-228-0750

Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders (including Asperger's & PDD)
Also focuses on learning issues, behavioral problems, & Mental health.
Accepts multiple insurances including MA & sliding scale
Hurd Counseling &
Educational Psychology
Heather Hurd, PhD
Child, Adolescent, Family, Adult Services
700 Rayovac Drive, Suite 103
Madison, WI 53711
608-228-0750

Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders (including Asperger's & PDD)
Also focuses on learning issues, behavioral problems, & Mental health.
Accepts multiple insurances including MA & sliding scale
Hurd Counseling & Educational Psychology
Heather Hurd, PhD
Child, Adolescent, Family, Adult Services
700 Rayovac Drive, Suite 103
Madison, WI 53711
608-228-0750

Specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorders (including Asperger's & PDD)
Also focuses on learning issues, behavioral problems, & Mental health.
Accepts multiple insurances including MA & sliding scale
Hurd Counseling &
Educational Psychology
Accepts MA, Private Ins,
& Sliding Scale

255-7356
831 E. Washington Ave
Madison, WI 53703


Kids 10 and younger
Services available in Spanish
Referral Info:
http://therainbowproject.net/referrals/
Individual & Family Therapy
and
Groups
for children and families regarding:
stress
trauma
attachment
witness to DV
other enviro/psychosocial stressors and risk factors
Expertise in parent-child relationships & dysfunctional families.
http://therainbowproject.net
The Rainbow Project
https://docs.google.com/file/d/1nc1KneSittjB48onpNVDeGIo_aonmzMfETRSZdDY8n9vMQPfVjIQ-k3upZPg/edit
eligibility criteria for hospital diversion
Educational Testing
There are numerous places that complete this kind of testing, but many insurance companies excludes educational testing in the certificate of coverage.There are three clinics on UW Campus that provide comprehensive psycho-educational testing for a learning disability or attention problems, under achieving . Last I knew they would see community students on a fee-for-service basis. Here is a website: http://www.mcburney.wisc.edu/students/assessment/campus.php

Psychologists in town who specialize in these assessments include:
Patrick T Kane, PhD
Psychology Center
(608) 833-9290, Ext. 319

Cathy Propper, PhD
Open Door Center for Change
Ph: (608) 827-7220

Laurie S. Smith, PhD
Psychology Center
(608) 833-9290, Ext. 353

Karen Kane, PhD
Madison Psychiatric Associates
(608) 274-0355

James G. Van Den Brandt, LCSW, ACSW
Behavioral Health Services ManagerExt. 7472

Can also try Counseling Resources/
Neuropsychological Associates at 242-7160
(appears from website that they see kids and adults).

Family achievement center in Madison
focuses on educational achievement. 274-6266
WHAT: A supportive environment where they will learn about symptoms, treatment and resources, as well as spend time socializing with peers.
The Teen Support Group is designed for teens, ages 14-18 (must still be in high school), who have a mental illness and are looking for a supportive environment where they will learn about symptoms, treatment and resources, as well as spend time socializing with peers. A recovery model will be emphasized.
The NAMI Teen Support Group is an on-going, weekly support group. This is an open-ended group meaning that attendance is not mandatory at all sessions in order to be involved, and there is no specific start and end date to attending.
Two mental health professionals facilitate this group, which meets at 5:00 p.m. each Wednesday at the United Way Building in Madison. Registration by a parent or guardian is required for teens under 18. New participants are always welcome.
The support group also includes:
- An opportunity for social support to decrease feelings of “being alone”.
- Opportunities to increase knowledge about symptoms and treatments.
- Learning skills that may increase one’s ability to cope with mental illness, both from the consumer and family perspective.
- Information regarding community resources that are available post-high school.
- Periodic meetings for the parents with the Teen Group facilitators.
Teen Support Group Meeting Info:
When: Wednesdays from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Where: United Way Building, 1st floor conference room, 2059 Atwood Ave., Madison
Fee: None
Contact: NAMI Dane County at (608) 249-7188 for more information.
New Teen Support Group
NAMI Dane County
2059 Atwood AveMadison, WI 53704
smart phrase:
.bhccrgroupteenmentalillness
Grief Support Groups
Agrace Hospice Care
(608) 327-7135
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