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:
To seek mental health treatment:
Please call our crisis line at (414) 647-8200 and ask to enroll in counseling services