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911 (Name/address), can ask for “welfare check”

Emergency Rooms 

Meriter Hospital, 202 S. Park St 1 East, Madison: (608) 417-6206

St. Mary’s Hospital, 700 S. Park St, Madison: (608) 258-6697

UW Hospital—ER, 1675 Highland Ave, Madison: (608) 262-2398

 

Crisis Lines

Dane County 24-hour Crisis Line (JMHC): (608) 280-2600

Domestic Abuse Crisis Line (DAIS): (608) 251-4445

Rape Crisis Line: (608) 251-RAPE (608-251-7273)

Briar Patch Crisis Line: (608) 251-1126

Parental Stress Line: (608) 241-2221

National Hope Line: 1-800-SUICIDE (800-784-2433)

National Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800- 273-TALK (800-273-8255)

The Trevor Project (24/7 crisis intervention & suicide prevention lifeline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people ages 13 to 24)  
1-866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386)

The GLBT National Help Center Hotline: 1-888-THE-GLNH (888-843-4564)
Youth Talkline: 1-800-246-PRIDE (800-246-7743)

 

Recovery House
Recovery House is part of the Crisis Stabilization Program and is the least restrictive residential hospital diversion option providing support to individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. 

 

Youth Crisis Stabilization
Clinical consultation to all Dane County Group Homes and Transitional Foster Homes.
Call: (608) 280-2614. After hours call ESU’s 24-Hour line at (608) 280-2600

 

Survivors of Suicide Support

Support and information for those who have experienced a loss by suicide. Call: (608) 280-2435 – Confidential voicemail, or (608) 280-2600 – Emergency Services 24-hour line

UW Department of Psychiatry Clinical Facilities

  • Wisconsin Psychiatric Institutes and Clinics (WisPIC)
    Two outpatient clinics: one for adults and one for adolescents, and children. Treatment includes psychological assessment/evaluations. Services by medical residents and psychology interns, psychiatrists, or psychologists. 6001 Research Park Blvd., Madison, WI 53719, (608) 263-6100

  • William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital is an acute care hospital that provides Psychiatric care to veterans statewide. 2500 Overlook Terrace, Madison, WI 53705,
    (888) 478-8321 (608) 256-1901

  • Regent Street Clinic is one of our locations where pediatric patients are treated by child and adolescent psychiatry experts and residents in training. 780 Regent St., Suite 300, Madison, WI 53715, (608) 282-8270

Mendota Mental Health Institute, 301 Troy Drive, Madison, WI 53704, (608) 301-1000

  • Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT)
    Innovative treatment for severely disturbed adults and adolescents, particularly with schizophrenia or a dual diagnosis of a major mental illness and alcohol or drug abuse. 600 Williamson Street, Suites A and B, Madison, WI 53703, (608) 266-0721

SOAR Case Management, Recovery Dane, 608-237-1661

  • Solstice House (peer run respite), 1301 Wayridge Dr., Madison, WI 53704, (608) 422-5240.

  • Solstice Warmline answered by people who have lived experience of mental health and/or substance use issues and are trained to support people during tough times (a non-clinical service, not equipped to handle an emergency), Monday - Friday: 4pm - 10pm, Saturday & Sunday: 2pm - 10pm, (608) 422-2383.

  • NAMI Dane County, United Way Building, 2059 Atwood Ave., Fourth Floor, Madison, WI 53704, Hours:    M-F, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Phone:   (608) 249-7188


Domestic Violence Referrals

Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS)
Help Line/TDD, 24 hours a day: (608) 251-4445 or 800-747-4045
Business line: (608) 251-1237, 2102 Fordem Avenue Madison, WI 53704

 

Midwest Center for Human Services, Darald Hanusa (608) 231-3300
313 Price Place, Suite 10, Madison, WI 53705 (near west side of Madison on a major bus line)

 

Alternatives to Aggression (ATA) groups for adults and teens.
128 E. Olin Ave, Madison, WI 53713


Sexual Violence Referrals

Rape Crisis Center, 2801 Coho Street, Suite 301, Madison, WI 53713, 608-251-5126
Helpline: 608-251-7273, fax: 608-251-6229, email: info@danecountyrcc.org

  • Services for the survivors (and their family and friends) of all forms of sexual violence, including recent sexual assault, past sexual assault, incest (past or present), sexual harassment, and sexual exploitation. Services are free of charge and include crisis intervention and support (24 hour Helpline and on-call Advocate/Counselors), short-term counseling, support groups, medical/ legal advocacy and accompaniment, community education, and Chimera Self-Defense Designed for Women. (RCC serves women, children, and men)

  • Drop-In Support Group 2015 - Free sexual assault survivor group will be held every Wednesday 9/16 thru 12/9 (no group 10/21 or 11/25) from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Held at The Lowell Center at 610 Langdon Street, Madison. Check electronic board in lobby for room.


Child Protection Services

Dane County Dept. of Human Services, 2322 S. Park St, Child, Youth, and Family Services

  • Report Child Abuse and Neglect (during office hours): (608) 261-5437

  • Report Child Abuse and Neglect (after office hours): (608) 255-6067

 

Briar Patch Youth Services, 2720 Rimrock Road Madison, WI 53713, (608) 251-1126, (800) 798-1126

The Runaway & Homeless Youth Program offers counseling, outreach, mediation, support and case management assistance (child abuse/neglect, alcohol and drug abuse, domestic violence, mental health concerns, homelessness, and juvenile crime).  Licensed by the State of Wisconsin as a Child Welfare/Child Placing Agency. Service accessibility is a top priority.  All services are provided at no cost to clients.  Accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year though our help-line (1-800-798-1126).  In Dane County, counseling services are available on a walk-in basis, 9am to 9pm, Monday through Friday. There are three main components to the Runaway &

 

Homeless Youth Program:

  • Temporary Shelter - licensed volunteer host homes for teens in need of temporary shelter available 24 hours a day.

  • Counseling & Support - Briarpatch provides individual, group, and family counseling to youth and families in need, including emergency shelter and both temporary and permanent housing as necessary, employment related programming and assistance with accessing medical care, dental care, and other needed services.

  • 24-Hour Counseling - Trained volunteer counselors and staff operate a 24-hour helpline to help youth handle pressing needs involving personal safety, mental health problems, housing and other vital concerns. 


Elder and Adult at Risk Support

Elder Abuse and Neglect (60+) reporting:

  • Dane County, not occurring in a State-licensed facility, call Dane County Elder Abuse/Neglect Unit (608) 261-9933.

  • Dane County, in a State-licensed nursing home, call State Division of Quality Assurance
    (608) 266-7474.

  • Dane County, in a State-licensed program such as an assisted living facility, community based residential facility (CBRF), adult family home (AFH), adult day care program, or residential care apartment complex (RCAC), call State Bureau of Assisted Living (608) 264-9888.

  • Occurring outside of Dane County, Wisconsin, call Elder Care Locator 1-800-677-1116.

Adult at Risk (disabled, age 18-59) reporting:

  • Situations may involve physical, emotional, financial or sexual abuse, neglect by others or self-neglect. Operated by the Area Agency on Aging of Dane County, Helpline (608) 261-9933. 

Aging and Disability Resource Center of Dane County (ADRC), 2865 N. Sherman Avenue, Madison WI, 53704, Monday through Friday, 7:45 am – 4:30 pm, 608-240-7400.

 

Substance Use Resources

Tellurian UCAN, Inc., Theresa McGovern Center, 300 Femrite Dr., Madison, WI 53716 (608) 222-7311

  • Adult Residential Program (ARP), (608) 222-7311 x.119

  • Start on Success Program (SOS), (608) 222-7311 x.120

  • Transitional Housing Program, (608) 222-7311 x.215

  • Dane County CARE Center (DCCC), (608) 222-7311 x.109

Smart Recovery, (608) 520-0458

  • West side drop-in meetings held Mondays, 7-8:30 pm, at The Family Center, 8025 Excelsior Dr., Suite 110, Madison, WI, 608-663-6154.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Madison Area Intergroup Office, 2000 Engel Street, Suite 104, Madison, WI 53713, , (608) 222-8989.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Badgerland Area, 24/7, 608-258-1747.


Medical Referrals:

Access Community Health Centers

  • Joyce & Marshall Erdman Clinic, 2202 S. Park St., Madison, WI 53713, (608) 443-5480

  • Wingra Family Medical Center, 1102 S. Park St., Madison, WI 53715, (608) 263-3111

  • William T. Evjue Clinic, 3434 E. Washington Ave., Madison, WI 53704, (608) 443-5480

  • Sun Prairie Clinic, 1270 W. Main St., Sun Prairie, WI 53590, (608) 825-7100

 

Planned Parenthood

  • Madison East (CRHC), 3706 Orin Rd, Madison, WI 53704, (608) 241-3767

  • Madison South Health Center, 2222 S. Park St, Suite 210, Madison, WI 53713,
    (608) 251-6546

 

MEDiC Clinic
The UW School of Medicine operates a MEDiC clinic located at Access (2202 S. Park St.). This is a free clinic that is open to the public and operates every Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. It's first come first serve, so there is a line to wait in. The client will be seen medically and if in need of psychiatric care or psychiatric consultation, they will be given an appointment at Safe Haven Psychiatric Clinic which is run by Dr. Ron Diamond which is also a free clinic.

  • The Safe Haven Mental Health Clinic operates every other Wednesday starting at 6:30pm at 4006 Nakoosa Trail, Madison, WI 53714. Safe Haven Psychiatric Clinic only accepts clients who have been referred by the MEDiC clinic.


Medication Resources:

St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy (requires initial interview at center, Monday thru Friday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.) 2033 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison, WI (608) 257-0919.

$4 Generic Drugs Lists – Walmart, Walgreens, Target

 

Needy Meds -- Online prescription assistance


Parent Support Referrals and Resources:

Center for Families, 2120 Fordem Ave, Madison, WI

  • Respite Center: (608) 244-5700

  • Parent’s Place (Barbara Parisi): (608) 729-1141

  • Other programs include Play & Learn, Parent-Child Home, Welcome Baby, Parents and Children Together (PACT), Neighborhood Parent Aid, CORE (basic parenting skills):
    (608) 241-5150

 

WI Early Childhood Initiative, 1632 W. Main St, Suite 4, Sun Prairie, WI: (608) 825-2165

 

Community Coordinated Child Care (4Cs): (608) 271-9181

 

Dane County Dept. of Human Services, 2322 S. Park St, Child, Youth, and Family Services

  • Birth to Three: Madison (608) 204-6242, outside Madison (608) 273-3232

  • Public Health Intake Nurse: (608) 266-4821

  • Kinship: (608) 242-6382

  • Neighborhood Intervention Program: (608) 288-2400

  • WIC: (608) 267-1111

 

Other Resources:

2-1-1 Wisconsin, information and referral service, phone 211, http://www.211.org

 

Salvation Army of Dane County (shelters, transitional housing, food pantries)

  • Administration, 3030 Darbo Dr., Madison, WI 53714, (608) 256-2321.

  • Social Services, 630 E. Washington Ave., Madison, WI 53703, (608) 256-2321.

 

St. Vincent de Paul Service Center (clothing and/or furniture vouchers) 2033 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison, WI (608) 257-0919.

 

LGBTQ Resources:

OutReach LGBT Community Center, 600 Williamson St., Ste. P-1, Madison, WI 53703, Monday – Friday 10 am – 7pm, Saturday 12pm-4pm, (608) 255-8582.

 

It Gets Better Project, to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world that it gets better, and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.

 

Madison Polyamory Collective

  • Poly Cocktails - a casual, social gathering for people who are interested in or practice all forms of polyamory and non-monogamy,  

  • Poly Out open discussion group

US Department of Veteran Affairs (to be used in conjunction with therapist support)

  • Mindfulness Coach, exercises, information and tracking log.

  • Mood Coach, mood management tools to include positive activity planning, activity log, mood rating tool, education, PHQ-9 assessment.

  • ACT Coach, acceptance and commitment therapy including exercises, tools, information, and tracking logs.

  • PTSD Coach, originally designed for Veterans/Military, customizable tools for relaxation, positive self-talk, and anger management.

  • CBT-I Coach, cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia.

  • Moving Forward, teaches problem-solving skills to overcome obstacles and deal with stress.

  • Parenting2GO, tools to strengthen parenting skills including parenting advice, relaxation tools, positive communication guidance.

Online Resources

Speaking of Suicide

WeaveSilk - Anxiety reduction/mindfulness tool