Adult Services

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Community Adult Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services in Marathon, Lincoln and Langlade Counties

Community Treatment North Central Health Care offers a variety of supportive services for those in our Central Wisconsin communities suffering from persistent to severe mental illnesses, or struggling with substance abuse. Adaptability and innovation have made our programs very successful in helping people to function at their maximum capabilities in the community.

In Community Treatment, services are deployed in community-based settings — such as an individual’s home or workplace — and are geared toward achieving successful outcomes customized to each individual’s lifestyle.

Resources to Fit the Individual

North Central Health Care offers a wide variety of resources, support networks and services. Our Community Treatment programs have the valuable knowledge, experience and resources to assist individuals of all ages with effective treatment, support and recovery.

Who Can Enroll in Community Treatment?

North Central Health Care’s Community Treatment programs serve individuals coping with substance abuse, mental health issues or co-occurring disorders. We provide support within the community by providing individualized recovery-oriented services that are both flexible and empowering.

Determining Care, Treatment and Support

We help individuals gain access to and coordinate a full array of services including medical, social, educational and vocational services. Individuals are matched with a case manager who assesses needs, helps develop a plan around individual goals, monitors progress and provides continual service coordination.

What Services Are Available?

Community Treatment services are designed to meet each individual’s specific needs.

Our services include:

  • Assessment
  • Recovery planning
  • Case management
  • Service coordination
  • Counseling
  • Psychiatric and psychological services
  • Medication administration, monitoring and management
  • Crisis intervention
  • Illness management
  • Recovery education
  • Employment-related training
  • Social and recreational skills training
  • Communication and interpersonal skills training
  • Community skills development
  • Physical health assistance and monitoring

Contact Us

For more information, questions or referrals, please contact North Central Health Care.

Our locations include:

  • NCHC Wausau Campus
    1100 Lake View Drive Wausau, WI
    (715) 843-6120
  • NCHC Antigo Center
    Langlade Road Antigo, WI
    (715) 627-6694
  • NCHC Merrill Center
    607 N. Sales Street, Suite 309, Merrill, WI
    (715) 536-9482 54452

Our North Central Health Care Crisis Center is available 24/7. If you are experiencing an emergency or crisis, please call North Central Health Care Crisis Center at (715) 845-4326 or 1 (800) 799-0122.

For those with hearing or speech difficulties, please dial 711 to connect with the WI Relay Service.
When you dial 711, a communications assistant will connect you with the NCHC Crisis Hotline. Please provide the operator with the number 715.845.4326. English and Spanish translation is available through 711. For more information about 711, please visit WI Relay 711.