If you or a loved one are facing a mental health crisis, please call 911 or the Behavioral Health Division Crisis Line: 414-257-7222.

For the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline call: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Youth & Young Adult Mental Health Therapy

Our therapists utilize techniques, based on well-researched best practices. Some examples of interventions include Motivational Interviewing, Trauma-Informed Care, Solution Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, Crisis Intervention, and healthy coping strategies. When working with youth and families, therapists utilize a person-centered approach, which allows adjustments to best support the youth and family.

This program is available to:

  • Youth & Young Adults ages 11-17 years old (may also serve young adults that have turned 18 while utilizing services)

  • Individual must be a resident of Wisconsin

  • Youth do not need to be a shelter resident to seek services

  • If transportation is a barrier, we can provide bus tickets or telehealth options for services

  • All of our services are free and confidential—we do not require medical insurance

  • Youth ages 14 years old and over do not need guardian consent to seek mental health services

Types of therapy practices:

Through a combination of services, we will create the treatment plan that is best for the youth and young adults we serve. Possible types of therapy can include:

  • Individual Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Art Therapy

To seek mental health treatment:

Please call our crisis line at (414) 647-8200 and ask to enroll in counseling services