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Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

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Bellin Health

Bellin Health EntranceThe Bellin Health Psychiatric Center is an 80-bed psychiatric hospital that provides inpatient and outpatient service for children, adolescents and adults. Bellin is the only private, freestanding psychiatric hospital in Brown County. Emergency and inpatient services are offered 24 hours per day. Inpatient, partial hospitalization, day treatment, and ECT services are provided at its main facility located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. A full range of outpatient services including crisis management; individual, couples and family therapy; substance abuse services; and employee assistance programs are offered at the main location as well as a number of locations throughout northeastern Wisconsin. All services are certified by the state of Wisconsin, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).

Brown County Community Treatment Center

Brown County EntranceThe Brown County Community Treatment Center is a County operated and State-licensed inpatient psychiatric hospital and nursing home with an average census of 80. The center is part of the Brown County Human Services Department, which
provides comprehensive programming for adults with mental health issues who lack the resources to obtain services elsewhere in the community.

Consumers work with a multi-disciplinary team to identify their needs and develop treatment plans that reduce the need for hospitalization and maintain the least restrictive living environment. Services include, but are not limited to: Case Management Services, Comprehensive Community Services Program, Substance Abuse Services, Outpatient Psychiatric Services, and Psychiatric Inpatient Hospitalization.

Milo C. Huempfner VA Health Care Center

milochuempfnervaThe Milo C. Huempfner VA Health Care Center is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin and recently opened its doors in late 2012. The two-story Green Bay clinic has 161,525 square feet, 1,200 parking spaces, and is one of the largest VA outpatient clinics in the country. In addition to Behavioral Care, it provides; telehealth, radiology, laboratory, pharmacy, prosthetics, rehab medicine PT/OT, podiatry, optometry, ophthalmology, dialysis, audiology, speech, dental, and outpatient surgery services, among others.

The Behavioral Care Department employs psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed social worker therapists, a neuropsychologist, case managers, peer support specialists, and nursing and support staff. In addition to medication management, the clinic provides extensive group and individual therapies, AODA treatment, and an extensive list of evidenced based therapies, including, CBT, CPT, EMDR, PE, CBTi, among others.

Winnebago Mental Health Institute

wmhi admin buildingWinnebago Mental Health Institute (WMHI) is a psychiatric hospital operated by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. It is located near Winnebago, Wisconsin, and specializes in serving children, adolescents and adults with complex psychiatric conditions.

The WMHI has an average daily population of approximately 190, with annual admissions of over 3,000. Approximately 12% of inpatients are minors, equally distributed between males and females; 37% of admissions are adult females; and adult males fill out the remainder.

It is one of two hospitals in the state which accepts forensic patients. The hospital receives all forensic admissions for women and minors. Additionally, the WMHI cannot refuse admission of any patients with a mental health need and therefore often supports community hospitals by caring for patients with a higher level of acuity in regards to aggression, special needs, and risk. The WMHI has been continuously accredited since its original 1941 accreditation by the American College of Surgeons.

Wisconsin Resource Center

The Wisconsin Resource Center (WRC), located near Oshkosh, Wisconsin, is a Department of Health Services medium-security facility, providing individualized care for inmates transferred from Department of Corrections medium and maximum-security institutions.

The WRC engages and treats individuals with severe and persistent mental health needs within a secure setting to enhance public safety, promote healing, and support personal recovery. Mental health care at WRC is an interdisciplinary process, which integrates custody staff, psychiatry, nursing, psychology, social work, recreation therapy and teachers to provide treatment with an evidenced based focus.

The treatment population consists of both males and females with over 500 weekly scheduled classes for men and near 100 weekly sessions for women. This equates to approximately 2800 and 450 client contacts per week respectively. The WRC is fully accredited by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care, and is the only correctional institution in Wisconsin to have obtained this accreditation.