Mental Health and alcohol and other drug Abuse
division manager - alyssa schultz
Henry Dodge Office Building
199 County Road DF
Juneau, WI 53039
Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Evening appointments available
For questions regarding these services, please call the Clinical Services Intake Worker @ 386-3913 or email the Clinical Supervisor, Sara Gaska at email@example.com
The Department of Human Services and Health Department provides confidential comprehensive mental health services and substance abuse services to county residents of all ages.
Eligibility: To be eligible for ongoing services, an individual must be a resident of Dodge County.
Costs are covered by a variety of sources which may include Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance or an HMO, and patient fees, which may be on a sliding scale fee. This is determined through the billing department at the time of the first appointment. Patients who are covered under a medical plan that does not have a contractual arrangement with Dodge County Human Services, will be referred to their plan provider to determine the alternatives to being seen at this agency.
Information and Referral:
The clinical services intake worker is available from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday to answer questions and help you find the right services to meet your needs. Call (920) 386-3913.
During regular business hours, crisis calls can be referred to a crisis worker. Please call 386-4094 and ask to speak with a crisis worker directly.
After hours and on weekends and holidays, crisis calls should be directed to the: Northwest Connections at (888)552-6642 You will immediately be connected to an on-call crisis worker to address your needs.
Outpatient Clinic The Outpatient Clinic provides mental health and alcohol and drug abuse services to
individuals of all ages.
The following services are included: ♦ Initial assessment to include a social history and diagnostic interview to determine
services needs. Individual, couple, and family therapy.
♦ Psychiatric evaluation and medication management.
♦ Case management services.
♦ Assessment for inpatient mental health services such as psychiatric hospitalization with
a need for stabilization of symptoms, adjustment of medications, and return to
community safety is indicated.
♦ Alcohol and drug abuse treatment.
♦ Counseling for addiction or abuse.
♦ Assessment for contractual services such as medical detoxification and referral to
halfway house/residential treatment.
Intoxicated Driver Program (OWI) Assessments: ♦ Total Cost $250.
♦ You must be a Dodge County resident.
♦ $100 deposit required when you schedule the appointment
♦ $150 due on the date of your appointment
♦ Schedule appointment in person or phone with credit card ♦ You have option to pay in full when you schedule the appointment
♦ Payments accepted: MasterCard, Discover, Visa, Money Order or Cash
(small transaction fee applies when using credit card as payment)
Questions: Please call 920-386-4094 for additional information