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Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus

Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus

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1506 South Oneida St
Appleton,  WI  54915





Behavioral and mental health

Our teams at Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus in Appleton, Wisconsin deliver behavioral and mental health care for children and adults.

At Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus, our care teams diagnose and treat a wide range of behavioral health conditions. Our multidisciplinary care team includes board-certified psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, neuropsychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners and behavioral health specialists. We start by listening to better understand your concerns and work with you to create a care plan that’s right for you.

Care teams at Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus offer a wide variety of personalized treatment options for children, teens and adults, including:

  • Adolescent partial hospitalization program (PHP)
  • Adult inpatient treatments 
  • Child and adolescent inpatient treatments
  • Medication-assisted treatment, including a prescription nasal medicine used along with an antidepressant to treat adults with treatment-resistant depression
  • Substance abuse and opioid dependency treatment 
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)

Personalized care for behavioral and mental health conditions

Care teams at Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus offer convenient inpatient and outpatient counseling for a variety of mental health and addiction issues. You and your loved ones will learn new coping and communication skills and how to use them at home, school, work and in the community. No matter what struggles you face, we’re here to offer hope and a commitment to helping you feel better. Our behavioral health provide compassionate care for:

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety, phobias and compulsive behaviors
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Bullying and domestic violence
  • Couple and family conflicts
  • Dementia and related disorders
  • Developmental and behavioral pediatrics
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Perinatal mood disorders (such as postpartum depression)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Psychosis
  • Schizophrenia
  • Self-image and gender identity
  • School refusal and school anxiety
  • Self-injury
  • Sleep disorders

For life-threatening medical emergencies involving suicidal thoughts, potential drug overdose or self-harm, go to the nearest ER and dial 911.

Adult inpatient mental health care

Care teams at Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus provide inpatient care to adults ages 18 and older for a variety of mental health conditions. Your care team may include psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, nurse practitioners, RNs, social workers, occupational therapists and clinical substance abuse counselors.

The adult inpatient program at Ascension NE Wisconsin - St. Elizabeth Campus is an acute crisis unit for adults 18 years and older who are experiencing psychiatric, emotional and substance use disorders that cannot be safely managed in an outpatient setting. Individualized treatment plans are developed for each patient to manage symptoms through:

  • Aftercare planning
  • Assessments and consultations
  • Education
  • Group therapy
  • Medication management
  • Spiritual services 

Call - 920-738-2350    

Substance use dependency programs

  • When you choose Ascension Wisconsin, you get an AODA counselor and care team specializing in the treatment of opioid and alcohol dependency. Your addiction medicine specialist is certified to administer Suboxone® (buprenorphine), to help you withdraw from your addiction. Learn more about our adult and youth services.
Call - 920-738-2000    

Transcranial magnetic stimulation

This noninvasive procedure uses repetitive magnetic pulses to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to help with symptoms of depression and other mental health conditions. TMS is a therapy used when other methods of treatment have not been successful. This treatment is done in your doctor’s office and allows you to return to your everyday activities after receiving treatment. Treatment includes 36 20-minute daily sessions Monday through Friday.

Call - 920-831-1533

Inpatient program and partial hospitalization program (PHP) 

We offer an inpatient program and partial hospitalization program (PHP) with individual and group counseling. We focus on health prevention, interventions, treatments and recovery support services.

Children and adolescent inpatient program

The adolescent inpatient program is an acute crisis unit for those 18 years old and under. The inpatient program focuses on safety and stabilization and includes:

  • Family therapy sessions 
  • Group-based sessions
  • Medication recommendations and management
  • Psychological testing

Follow-up recommendations and transition planning are discussed with your child’s care team at discharge. Your child’s care team may include a psychiatrist, psychologist, RN, mental health therapist, social worker, occupational therapist, unit school liaison, clinical substance abuse counselor and spiritual services.

Call - 920-738-2490    

Adolescent partial hospitalization program (PHP)

The Adolescent Partial Hospitalization Program is a three week, intensive group outpatient program for ages 12-18. The program is Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. PHP addresses concerns related to safety, managing moods, practicing coping skills, personal growth and improving communication skills. Your child’s treatment team may include a psychiatrist, RN, mental health therapist, clinical substance abuse counselor, social worker, occupational therapist and certified occupational therapy assistant. While in the program, your child will participate in daily individual sessions and weekly family sessions. 

A referral is needed from your doctor, school, therapist, or psychiatrist. 

Call - 920-831-0537    

Know what to do in a mental health emergency

Quickly recognizing the signs of moderate to severe mental or emotional distress, or a substance use crisis is the first step in getting necessary care. For emergencies, including severe mental health distress and suspected opioid overdose, ERs at our hospitals are open 24/7. If you or your child are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, go directly to the ER or dial 911. Find emergency care near you.