Sheboygan County citizens who struggle with mental health and addiction can access a comprehensive array of quality services that will help improve their quality of life and overall well-being through Sheboygan County Health & Human Services. 

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Center ((920) 459-3155:  Services such as individual, group, couples, and family therapy provided. Also provided, an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)  for substance abuse. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management. Information about and assistance with completion of Three-Party Involuntary Commitment Process. Intoxicated Driver Program – OWI assessment and driver safety plan program

Community Case Management Services  ((920) 459-3910):  Provides a community based psychosocial rehabilitation program that will provide and/or arrange for the provision of consumer-centered and directed psychosocial services that promote recovery. Case management structure is designed to empower consumers to take an active role in their treatment and recovery. Services focus on successful living in the community and provide access to jobs, housing, transportation, as well as health and social resources.
Services include assessment, treatment planning; development, and plan monitoring; counseling/therapy – individual, group, family; case management – comprehensive service coordination; outreach; psychiatric services; medication – education, monitoring, supervision and administration; interpersonal, vocational and daily living skill training; crisis intervention; coordination/consultation with other providers, institutions and courts.

Information & Assistance for Sheboygan County Health & Human Services ((920) 459-0563 or 800-596-1919):  For general information, assistance, and answers regarding all services provided through Sheboygan COunty Health & Human Services, please contact Information Assistance Specialist, Jessica Busch.

Operating While Intoxicated/Impaired (OWI) (1-(920) 459-4344) – Assessment and Cost Information for Sheboygan County residents only.  Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Code (HFS 62) require all individuals who are charged with Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated to have an assessment. Failure to schedule or complete the assessment will result in a recommendation of noncompliance being reported to the Department of Transportation (DOT). The DOT will then take further licensing action against the individual.
***Fees for Services:  Medicare, Medical Assistance, and third party insurance cover some services.  Those note insured are encouraged to contact Sheboygan County Health & Human Services.  Reduced payment determination based on income, family size, and related circumstances per Wisconsin Uniform Fee System available upon request.  To be eligible, must be a Sheboygan County resident.  

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