We offer several levels of care to help you with your recovery goals and needs.
Mental health and substance abuse problems have a variety of psychological, biological and social causes. That’s why we take a holistic approach to helping you get on the road to recovery. Treatment may include psychiatric evaluation, medication management, group therapy, family therapy and education.
Treatment goals for everyone in our behavioral health facilities include:
At Aurora, our behavioral health care is tailored to each patient’s specific concerns. Programs for mental health and substance abuse address:
The Adult Behavioral Health Program at Aurora provides evidence-based treatment and support to help people struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues. We believe you are not defined by your illness. Our psychiatrists, doctors, therapists and nurses treat everyone in our behavioral health programs with sensitivity and compassion. Condition-specific adult mental health services and substance abuse treatment offer a holistic approach that addresses the physical, psychological and social aspects of a condition.
We want you to feel healthy, safe and stable. Our behavioral health programs are designed to help you develop personalized strategies for managing stress, panic, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, anger, irrational fears or other emotional and behavioral problems.
At Aurora, we believe recovery is a journey of healing and transformation that begins with you. Recovery requires hope and courage–the hope for a better, healthier future and the courage to take the first step and seek help.
When you or a loved one is ready for help with a mental illness or substance abuse problem, we’re here for you. Aurora is also committed to your long-term success, and encourages you to reconnect with family, friends and community to start building the network needed for lifelong recovery. Our support groups and volunteers opportunities provide another source for long-term support.
Through our Intake and Admissions departments, we offer assessments 24 hours a day for inpatient care. Assessments can also be facilitated for the Adult Partial Hospitalization program and the Intensive Outpatient program through our Central Scheduling department.
Aurora Psychiatric Hospital
1220 Dewey Ave
Wauwatosa, WI 53213
Inpatient: (414) 454-6777
Partial Hospital and Intensive Outpatient: (414) 773-4312
Residential program for substance abuse: (414) 454-6707
Eating Disorder Program: (414) 454-6696
Aurora Behavioral Health Center – A Department of Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center
1221 N 26th St
Sheboygan, WI 53081