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Catholic Charities Inc.
Certified outpatient mental health clinic offering marital, family, child and individual counseling. Sliding-scale fees, insurance accepted.
30 S. Franklin St., 53703
608-256-2358
ccmadison.org
ccharities@ccmadison.org

Chrysalis Inc.
Work-adjustment program for individuals with mental health problems; also provides supported employment.
1342 Dewey Ct., 53703
608-256-3102
www.workwithchrysalis.org
chrysalis844@sbcglobal.net

Cornucopia, Inc.
An arts, activities and computer center for people with mental health issues.
1917 Winnebago St., 53704
608-249-7477
www.cornucopia-arts-inc.org
copia@sbcglobal.net

Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA)
Groups: 5:45 pm Fridays, Westminster Presbyterian Church.
608-345-3599
www.dbsadanecounty.org
dbsa.melissa@gmail.com

Family Center, The
A service of Edgewood College; Betty Rygiewicz, RN, MS, LMFT, director. State-certified mental health outpatient clinic and training facility offering affordable therapy to children, adults, couples, and families for anxiety, depression, trauma, transition, relationship and parenting issues. Premarital, marital and divorce counseling. LGBT-friendly; services for veterans and their families.
8025 Excelsior Drive, Ste. 110, Madison, 53717
608-663-6154
www.edgewood.edu/Academics/Graduate/MarriageandFamilyTherapy/TheFamilyCenter.aspx
brygiewicz@edgewood.edu

Family Service and Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Madison
Mental health services for families and individuals, including day treatment for children; employee assistance for employers and workers; Alternative to Aggression program for all people associated with domestic violence. Plus consumer credit counseling service, debt management programs and educational seminars.
128 E. Olin Ave., 53713
608-252-1320
www.fsmad.org
info@fsmad.org

Hancock Center for Dance/Movement Therapy, Inc.
Dance/movement therapy (DMT) sessions and health and wellness education on-site and in the community. Individual and family DMT sessions by appointment and children's DMT groups, as well as classes in Alexander technique, outreach and training workshops. Serving people of all ages and abilities.
16 N. Hancock St., 53703
608-251-0908
hancockcenter.net
info@hancockcenter.net

Journey Mental Health Center
Formerly Mental Health Center of Dane County. Comprehensive community-based mental health, alcohol/drug assessment and treatment services to Dane County adults and youth; priority to individuals/families with immediate or high needs and limited resources. Multiple sites and clinical programs. Sliding fee scale.
625 W. Washington Ave., 53703
608-280-2700; crisis line: 280-2600
www.journeymhc.org

Meriter Adolescent Psychiatry Program
Mental inpatient day treatment center for adolescents (12-18).
8001 Raymond Rd., 53719
608-417-8777
www.meriter.com

Meriter Adult Psychiatry Program
Mental inpatient treatment for adults 18 and over.
202 S. Park St., 53715
608-417-5330
www.meriter.com

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Dane County chapter. Advocacy for people with mental illness and their families through support groups, educational programs, and a lending library, all open to the public at no charge.
2059 Atwood Ave., 53704
608-249-7188
www.namidanecounty.org
contact@namidanecounty.org

Off the Square Club
Social and vocational club for adults with long-term mental illness provides companionship and support in a protective atmosphere.
4 North Hancock St., 53703
608-251-6901
www.lsswis.org
jderoussan96@lsswis.org

Parent-Infant and Early Childhood Clinic, UW-Madison Department of Psychiatry
Consultation, assessment and therapeutic services to families with children, birth to age 6, exhibiting emotional or behavioral problems and to those experiencing parenting difficulties.
6001 Research Park Blvd., 53719
608-263-6100
www.psychiatry.wisc.edu

Postpartum Depression Treatment Program, UW-Madison Department of Psychiatry
Evaluation, individual and group therapy, and psychiatric treatment for women with postpartum anxiety and depression.
6001 Research Park Blvd., 53719
608-263-5000
www.psychiatry.wisc.edu

Samaritan Counseling Center of Southern Wisconsin
An interfaith, interdisciplinary, nonprofit, licensed outpatient mental health clinic. Counseling and psychotherapy services within a strong religious context for individuals, couples and families.
5900 Monona Dr., Ste. 100, 53716
608-663-0763 (clinic); 663-0764 (office)
www.samaritancounselingcenterwi.org
info@samaritancounselingcenterwi.org

Survivors of Suicide (SOS)
Self-help group for people grieving the death of a loved one by suicide. Open to all family and friends. Calling before attending first meeting is recommended. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays, 7-9 pm.
625 W. Washington Ave., 53703
608-280-2600 (24 hr. crisis line)
www.mhcdc.org

Women in Transition
Two houses serve adult women with mental-health-related problems. Halfway House provides supportive, home-like group living; Corner House offers a sheltered apartment living experience.
2842 Moland St., 53704
608-244-2046

Yahara House
Uses a Clubhouse model to assist persons with serious and persistent mental illness to find a pathway to recovery through relationships and work; offers a place to begin again, belong and heal. Program of the Mental Health Center of Dane County.
802 E. Gorham St., 53703
608-280-4700
www.mhcdc.org
yahara.house@mhcdc.org
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