Outreach Behavioral Health Services

Adult Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic

Consistent with SAMSHA's recovery support initiatives, the Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic aspires to support individuals in overcoming or managing mental health and/or substance use needs to promote healthy choices and wellbeing. Person-driven services and evidence-based practices will be provided by compassionate team members with varied education and training, including Psychotherapists, Clinical Substance Abuse Counselors, Psychiatrists, Nurses, Case Managers and Psychologists to adults and youth with diverse needs.
My doctor really cares about my feelings and my thoughts. I am thrilled with my doctor, and I will continue to keep this doctor. He is awesome!! :-) 

Child & Family Behavioral Health Clinic

Located inside the Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology, OCHC’s new Child and Family Behavioral Health Clinic offers families in need the skills of trained clinicians specially trained to meet the needs of children, youth and families.

Community Support Program (CSP)

The Community Support Program (CSP) provides coordinated care and a range of treatment, rehabilitation, and support services for individuals living in the community with severe and persistent mental illness with possible challenges related to abusing alcohol and other drugs. CSP provides services utilizing the evidence-based practice, Assertive Community Treatment and Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (ACT-IDDT).

Targeted Case Management (TCM)

TCM supports individuals with severe and persistent mental illness to live independently in the community. Assistance is also provided with housing, primary health, mental health and substance abuse services, legal services, money management, benefit advocacy and crisis intervention.

  My peer specialist is absolutely a blessing. She does an outstanding job.    

Coordinated Community Service (CCS)

Through a Coordinated Community Services agreement with Milwaukee County, low-income persons in need of additional case management access have behavioral health supports tailored to their needs.

Mental Health First Aid Training

Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based training program designed to engage the entire community in helping to identify people in need of mental health services and guiding them to appropriate supports.  OCHC is offering this training, which takes 8 hours, to church groups, organizations, service providers and others FREE OF CHARGE ($20 for materials only) in an effort to spread awareness of mental health needs and help those impacted to gain access to services.  If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please contact Deanna at or (414) 727-6320, ext. 2103.