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Mental and Behavorial Health Resources

Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services

Access Clinics

For uninsured Milwaukee County residents who are facing a mental health or co-occurring crisis, Access Clinics are available to help connect people to great behavioral health and co-occurring care, regardless of their ability to pay.

Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm

1635 W National Ave(414) 257-7900
210 W Capitol Dr.(414) 257-7665

Crisis Resource Centers

The community-based Crisis Resource Centers (CRC) offer a 24/7, short term (up to two weeks) alternative to emergency room or inpatient hospitalizations.

2057 S 14th St.(414) 643-8778
5409 W Villard St.(414) 539-4024
5566 N 69th St.(414) 476-9675


Community Linkage and Stabilization Program

CLASP is a community-based Peer Specialist program providing strength based and individualized services for people beginning the process of recovery from their mental health, substance use, or co-occurring needs.

Call a Peer Specialist: (414) 270-1803

Crisis Intervention Services

Crisis Line 414-257-7222 l Hearing-Impaired: 9-711

Access the Crisis Mobile Team (CMT) by calling the Crisis Line number above

24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Children’s Mobile Crisis (CMC) 414-257-7621

Provides 24/7 crisis intervention services to support children, youth, and families in crisis.

Additional information on Milwaukee County Department of Health & Human Services Behavorial Health Services can be found by clicking here.