Behavioral Health

Every year, almost 3,000 adults living with serious mental illness, addiction or a chronic health condition receive help through Whole Health Clinical Group. We offer all the services needed – from outpatient clinical services supportive case management and housing – to aid in treatment and recovery.

Joe Simmerman

Success Story: Hitting the reset button

At age 45, Joe got a rare gift: a chance to hit the proverbial reset button on his life. To say the year 2020 has been difficult for Joe is truly an understatement. A heroin addiction, divorce, homelessness, and post-traumatic stress disorder from his military career left him feeling isolated, lonely, and trapped.

Following a suicide attempt, Joe was referred for crisis services at our Crisis Resource Centers, where he said he immediately felt cared for and inspired to take the next steps forward. Joe is now receiving total health care — for his addiction, his emotional symptoms, and access to housing resources so he can take the next steps forward with his life.

Without hesitation, Joe says the CRC and its staff saved his life. He has something to look forward to and goals to accomplish. He’s also learned it’s more courageous to take the steps and seek help.

“It really gives me different perspectives on my life choices.”

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Whole Health Clinical Group

Whole Health Clinical Group provides comprehensive team-based care offers behavioral health care, rehabilitation and support services.

Whole Health provides evidence-based peer support services and uses a trauma-informed approach, which understands, recognizes and responds to the effect of all types of trauma.

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Who We Serve

Our services are aimed at adults in need of behavioral health care assistance.

What We Offer

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), an intense and highly integrated approach for community mental health, serving people whose symptoms of mental illness result in severe functional difficulties that interfere with their ability to achieve personally meaningful recovery goals in several major areas of life: working, having friends, living independently and medication management.

Crisis Resource Centers (CRCs), community based psychiatric crisis-intervention programs that provide recovery-focused assessment, stabilization, psychosocial groups and peer support. The CRCs are an innovative, highly personalized response to people experiencing a crisis precipitated by mental illness, substance abuse or the challenges of living in hard economic times. The CRCs are a 24/7 community based alternative to an emergency room or inpatient hospitalization.

Affordable housing for people living with mental illness: Community-Based Residential Facilities (CBRFs) provide intensive, round-the-clock services; supported apartments, which offer support services on a less-intensive basis than for residents in CBRFs; and independent apartments.

Case management that includes assessment, service-plan development, linkage to community supports (care coordination), advocacy, monitoring and follow-up, and crisis-assistance planning for people with chronic mental illness and or substance abuse who are working toward recovery.

Counseling and addiction treatment that provides evidenced-based interventions for adults with severe mental illness. We provide: individual and group psychotherapy, injection-clinic services, nursing services, psychiatry services, psychological testing, training and supervision for psychologists, and treatment for adolescents experiencing their first episode of illness.

Medication management from our on-site pharmacy that assesses medication regimens, understands contraindications, reviews lab work, consults with physicians, and coordinates the appropriate pharmacy interventions.

Benefit advocacy that helps people who are homeless or uninsured obtain health-care coverage. The type of coverage is dependent on the person’s current economic level. Insurances include: Medicaid, Medicare, HMO, Badger Care and Market Place.

Contact Info & Location

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Phone: 414-476-9631
Fax: 414-476-9615
Email: info@mcfi.net

Address

Whole Health Clinical Group
932 S. 60th St.
West Allis, WI 53214

Remote programming

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CBRF Training and Education

Whole Health Clinical Group provides top-quality community based residential facility (CBRF) certification training from instructors certified by the state of Wisconsin.

We open our classes to anyone in the community interested in CBRF training as well as employers who require quality training for their employees.

Contact CBRF Training at 414-459-3026 or CBRFTraining@mcfi.net to request the registration form or download the form and for class schedule and pricing.

What We Offer

Top-quality CBRF training for those who want opportunities to work in this fast-growing field.

Who We Serve

Adults interested in becoming certified to work in a CBRF and employers interested in staff training.

Contact Info & Location

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Phone: 414-476-9631
Fax: 414-476-9615
Email: CBRFTraining@mcfi.net

Address

Whole Health Clinical Group
932 S. 60th St.
West Allis, WI 53214