Behavioral Health

The Department of Health and Human Services provides confidential, comprehensive mental health and addiction services to County residents of all ages.

General Information

  • Crisis Intervention: Contact Walworth County Health and Human Services at 262-741-3200 and ask to speak with a crisis worker. If you need immediate assistance, please call 9-1-1.
  • Eligibility: To be eligible for ongoing services, an individual must be a resident of Walworth County.
  • Fee Information: We do not discriminate on ability to pay. Costs are covered by a variety of sources such as Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance or HMO. We also provide a sliding scale fee based on ability to pay.
  • Information and Referral: Crisis Intervention is available during regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, Monday through Friday, to answer questions, schedule services and to help you find the right services to meet your needs. Call 262-741-3200.
  • Program Certification: All programs are certified by the State of Wisconsin.
  1. Outpatient Clinic
  2. Community Case Management
  3. Crisis Intervention
  4. Intoxicated Driver Program

The Outpatient Clinic provides mental health and alcohol and drug abuse services to individuals of all ages. Among these services are individual, group, and family therapy, psychiatric evaluation, consultation, and medication management, emergency mental health assessment and case management. Alcohol and other drug abuse treatment include individual and group therapy, education and evaluation services.