Adult outpatient services for mental health problems, substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors, and developmental disabilities are provided by master’s degreed and psychologist level therapists. Journey Mental Health Center provides individual, family, and group services. Psychiatry services are integrated into treatment. Counseling and psychiatry services may be offered for individuals who struggle to maintain psychiatric stability in the community. Evidence-based practices include:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Seeking safety
- Behavioral activation
- Mindfulness based relapse prevention
- Acceptance and commitment therapy
- Adults and children together
- Medication assisted substance abuse and other addictive disorders treatment
- Culturally specific services. Services are provided in English and Spanish.
Outpatient mental health and treatment for substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors is provided to individuals, families, and in group therapy. Psychiatry services are integrated into treatment services. Counseling is provided to individuals who are stabilized on psychiatric medications and need ongoing support to maintain stability in the community.
Journey to Health and Wellness
Integrated primary care and whole health services are available at 49 Kessel Ct. For more information, call 608-280-3145.
Alternative Sanctions treatment provides outpatient group and individual services for several court-ordered programs including the Drug Court Treatment Program and Impaired Driver (OWI) Court.
Individuals who have completed a court ordered impaired driver assessment and who have been referred to an outpatient level of care may access treatment services. Impaired Driver treatment is provided in outpatient group and individual services.
Co-occurring disorder treatment provides integrated services for substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors and mental health issues. Master’s level therapists provide individual, family and group services. Psychiatry services are integrated into treatment services.
The Developmental Disability program at Journey Mental Health Center is designed to meet the complex needs of persons who are diagnosed with developmental disabilities and mental illness.
The Ujima program serves African American families with substance abuse and mental health problems. The program provides culturally specific group, individual, couple and family counseling with case management services for up to 18 months.
Spanish speaking individuals receive treatment for mental health and substance use disorders, and other addictive behaviors, through professional bilingual and bicultural clinicians.
Group counseling is provided for individuals involved in treatment services. Specific groups are offered on an ongoing basis for women, men, substance use disorders and other addictive behaviors, mental health, parents, alternative sanctions programs, trauma, and culturally specific groups.