Behavioral Health Services
The WCS Behavioral Health Services Division assists individuals who are in need of treatment programming due to their mental illness, drug addiction, alcohol abuse, or a combination of these.
WCS Outpatient Mental Health Clinic - provides individuals with mental health treatment along with important ancillary services including medication monitoring, housing assistance, benefit acquisition and an on-site pharmacy.
Forensic Services - these programs advocate for and coordinate the provision of community-based treatment services for persons found Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect who are returning to the community; for high risk, high need offenders with mental health needs releasing from the Wisconsin Prison System; and for individuals found not competent, but likely to regain competency to stand trial who are residing in the community.
Unlimited Potential - a licensed Outpatient Day Treatment Program for those in need of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) counseling and mental health treatment.
WCS Recovery Services - WCS provides AODA treatment services to Milwaukee County residents throughprograms which include the WCS Central Intake Unit and the WCS Recovery Support Coordination Unit.
- Thurgood Marshall Apartments - provide permanent and supportive housing for adults who are chronically homeless and suffer from chronic alcoholism. WCS offers on-site social service support seven days per week, 24 hours per day.