Clarence Johnson Begins as WCS Executive Director
Clarence Johnson became the WCS Executive Director on January 1, 2017.See Press Release!
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.