Ministry Behavioral Health offers a wide range of treatment options, including:
Confidential Consultation & Assessment
Consultation and assessment gives a thorough evaluation of the needs and strengths in an individual's life, resulting in a jointly developed, individualized treatment plan. Available to all age groups for mental health concerns as well as for alcohol and other drug abuse (AODA) problems.
We provide one on one counseling with a therapist.
Intervention is a strategic confrontation where those whose lives have been affected by someone's addiction lovingly and honestly break the denial.
This group helps families understand the effects a loved one's addiction and/or mental illness has had on them, and how they can begin the healing process along with their loved one.
Adult Day Treatment
This intensive alcohol and other drug dependency outpatient treatment program allows the chemically dependent patient to remain at home and in the community, continuing to work and manage daily responsibilities, while participating in treatment services.
Primary Treatment Group
Primary treatment groups meet weekly to offer treatment for chemical dependency in an outpatient setting.
Women & Men Specific Groups
Gender specific groups offer the opportunity to address issues related to unique aspects of addiction for men and women.
Continuing Care Service for Adults
Following a primary treatment service, continuing care allows patients to further develop the healthy behaviors and attitudes that enhance the recovery process.
Relapse Prevention Group
This group concentrates on the relapse warning signs which can affect a healthy recovery and helps group members identify and cope with social pressures, high-risk situations, loneliness, impulsive behaviors, and depression.
This is an educational, risk reduction program in which young adults explore changes needed to reduce risk for AODA-related health and impairment problems.
Inpatient Mental Health Unit
Ministry Saint Michael's Hospital operates an 8-bed inpatient unit offering assessment, individual/group family therapy and medication in a supportive, safe environment. Four beds for alcohol/drug detoxification are also available.
Residential Treatment Center
As an alternative to hospital-based inpatient treatment, a residential treatment service is available for alcohol and other drug dependent adults. It provides individual and group therapy, occupational therapy and a therapeutic living environment to support recovery for those who require 24-hour, non-medical care.
Residential Treatment Transitional Care
The transitional living program at the Residential Treatment Center provides a supportive, home-like atmosphere for those who have recently completed an inpatient or day treatment program. Length of stay depends on each individual's specific needs.
Associated Employee Assistance Services of WI, Ltd.
This fully owned subsidiary of Ministry Behavioral Health offers various employee assistance programs (EAPs) programs to employers.
Prevention & Education
These community programs promote good behavioral health, as well as healthy lifestyle choices, to help prevent problems before they arise.